plow

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1 plow (US) noun
or British plough /ˈplaʊ/
plural plows
1 plow (US)
noun
or British plough /ˈplaʊ/
plural plows
Learner's definition of PLOW
[count]
: a piece of farm equipment that is used to dig into and turn over soil especially to prepare the soil for planting

under the plow

of land
: used for growing crops
2 plow (US) verb
or British plough /ˈplaʊ/
plows; plowed; plowing
2 plow (US)
verb
or British plough /ˈplaʊ/
plows; plowed; plowing
Learner's definition of PLOW
[+ object] : to dig into or break up (dirt, soil, land, etc.) with a plow
chiefly US : to use a snowplow to remove snow from a road, parking lot, etc.
[+ object]
[no object]
: to move through, over, or across (something) in a forceful and steady way
[+ object]
[no object]
followed by an adverb or preposition
always followed by an adverb or preposition, [no object] : to do something difficult in a slow or steady way

plough a furrow

see 1furrow

plow ahead

[phrasal verb]
: to continue to do something without being stopped by problems or opposition

plow into

[phrasal verb]
plow into (someone or something) : to crash into (someone or something) usually at a high speed
plow (money, profits, etc.) into (something) : to invest (money, profits, etc.) in (something) : to put (money) into (something)
often + back

plow on

[phrasal verb]
: to continue doing something that is slow and difficult
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