Word: plough

Category: plough

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Synonyms: plough

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: plough

spanish
arado, surcar, arar


german
pflügen, pflug

french
labourer, charrue

italian
aratro, arare

portuguese
arado, arar, lote, urdir

dutch
omploegen

russian
токосниматель, пашня, снегоочиститель, взрывать, вспахивать, ...

norwegian
pløye

swedish
plog, plöja

finnish
tarpoa, aura, aurata

danish
pløje, plov

czech
pluh, orat, brázdit, zorat, zbrázdit

polish
orać, zaorać, oblać, przeorać, pług

hungarian
szántás

greek
αλέτρι, οργώνω

ukrainian
зйомка

albanian
lëroj

bulgarian
плуг

belarusian
араць, плуг

estonian
ader, kündma

croatian
brazdati, orati, ralo, sjeći, parati, ...

lithuanian
arti, plūgas

latvian
art, arkls

slovenian
orat, zorat

slovak
pluh

Popularity stats: plough

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Most searched by cities

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The meaning and "use of": plough

noun
  • a large farming implement with one or more blades fixed in a frame, drawn by a tractor or by animals and used for cutting furrows in the soil and turning it over, especially to prepare for the planting of seeds.
  • a yoga pose assumed by lying on one's back and swinging one's legs over one's head until the outstretched feet approach or touch the floor.

verb
  • turn up the earth of (an area of land) with a plow, especially before sowing.
  • (especially of a vehicle) move in a fast and uncontrolled manner.
  • clear snow from (a road) using a snowplow.
  • fail (an examination).

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