plough

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations'plough', 'Plough': /ˈplaʊ/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(plou)


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plough

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. UK: [a horse, an ox] and plough
  2. UK: a [horse] -drawn plough
  3. UK: driving a snow plough
  4. UK: the ploughs came to remove the snow
  5. UK: can't [leave, get out] until the ploughs come
  6. UK: waiting for the ploughs
  7. UK: have the ploughs come yet?
  8. UK: the driveway was blocked by the ploughs
  9. UK: use a plough to [cut, even, turn over] (earth)
  10. UK, idiom: put your hand in the plough
  11. a plough animal
v
  1. UK: plough the [fields, land, area]
  2. UK: the [fields] had been ploughed (up)
  3. UK: ploughed through the [snow, field, crowd]
  4. UK: plough through [the task, his exam, the report]
  5. UK: plough on with the [mission, exam, task, run]
  6. UK: [can, will, just] plough on
  7. UK: ploughed into [a pedestrian, him, another car, a lamppost]
  8. UK: the [car, bike, cyclist] ploughed into [the pedestrian]
  9. UK: plough the [water, seas, oceans]
  10. UK: [ships, cruise-liners, speedboats] ploughed the [water]
n as adj
  1. UK: a plough animal
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