Plow meaning

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To have intercourse with (another). Used of a man.
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An implement or machine designed to move earth, snow, or other material by means of a strong blade.
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To move or progress with driving force.

The ball carrier plowed through the defensive line.

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To admit of plowing.

Rocky earth plows poorly.

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To proceed laboriously; plod.

Plowed through the backlog of work.

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A farm implement consisting of a strong blade at the end of a beam, usually hitched to a draft team or motor vehicle and used for breaking up soil and cutting furrows in preparation for sowing.
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To make or form with driving force.

I plowed my way through the crowd.

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To progress through (water).

Plow the high seas.

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Any implement like this.
  • Any of various tools for cutting a groove or furrow.
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To cut and turn up (soil) with a plow.
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To make furrows in with or as with a plow.
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To make by or as if by plowing.

To plow one's way through a crowd.

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To cut a way through (water)

A ship plowing the waves.

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To clear with a snowplow.
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To invest or spend (as money, capital, etc.)

Plowing all extra dollars into an IRA.

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To reject (a candidate) in an examination.
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To till the soil with a plow; use a plow.
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To take plowing as specified.

A field that plows easily.

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To cut a way (through water, snow, etc.)
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To advance laboriously; plod.
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To begin work vigorously.
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To collide forcefully.
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To fail in an examination.
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(US) Alternative spelling of plough.
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(US) Alternative spelling of plough.
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Plow is defined as to cut or rush through.

An example of to plow is to turn over the soil at the end of the growing season.

An example of to plow is a college student hurrying through the study material for a mid-term.

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The definition of a plow is a machine or tool used to cut or turn over the soil or to move dirt or snow.

An example of a plow is a farm machine used to turn over soil.

An example of a plow is the attachment on a vehicle that is used to remove snow from a highway.

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To break and turn up earth with a plow.
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To move or clear material such as snow with a plow.
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A farm implement used to cut, turn up, and break up the soil.
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plow back
  • To reinvest (profits) in the same business enterprise.
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plow under
  • To bury (crops or vegetation) by plowing, so as to enrich the soil or in seeking to prevent overproduction.
  • To destroy; obliterate.
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plow up
  • To remove with a plow.
  • To till (soil) thoroughly.
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the Plow
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

plow under
the Plow

Origin of plow

  • Middle English plough, plouw from Old English plōh, plōg plow, plowland
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • See plough
    From Wiktionary