transitive verbro·to·tilled, ro·to·till·ing, ro·to·tills
(third-person singular simple present rototills, present participle rototilling, simple past and past participle rototilled)
- (US) To break up and turn soil using a rototiller.
- We had to rototill the garden before we planted the flowers.
- (software) To make extensive and pervasive changes to a piece of code without altering its functionality.