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Rhyming Words: PLOUGH

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Words and phrases that rhyme with plough: (1344 results)

1 syllable:
au, aue, aux, b.th.u, bao, bc nco, beau, beaux, blau, bleau, blough,blow, blowe, bn fso, b
o, boe, boeh, bough, bow, bowe, brau, breau,breault, breaux, bro, broe, brough, brow, b
rowe, cao, cau, ccf tpo, chao,chau, cho, choe, chough, chow, ciao, cloe, clough, clow, c
o, co., coe,cow, cp dpo, cp pco, cro, crough, crow, crowe, cs vco, cwtch, dao, dau,doe,
doh, dough, dow, dowe, dreux, drough, eau, eaux, fao, flche, flo,floe, flow, flowe, foe, f
p lmto, fp wko, frau, fro, froh, gau, glo, gloe,glow, gnau, go, goe, gogh, goh, gow, grau, g
raue, gro, groh, grow,growe, gteau, hao, hau, ho, hoe, hoh, how, howe, hsiao, jo, joe, jo
h,jtf cno, jtf gno, jtf gtmo, kao, kau, khloe, know, knowe, ko, koh, kough,krogh, kroh, krow
e, kyo, lao, lau, lmfao, lo, loe, loew, loewe, loh, lough,low, low-
e, lowe, lowgh, luo, mao, mau, meaux, mg fsgo, mo, moe,mow, mvs oe, nau, neault, no,
noe, noh, now, o, o', o., oh, ohh, ow,owe, pao, pfau, plow, po, poe, poh, pough, pow, p
owe, preux, pro,proue, prough, prow, pse psoe, qd nlo, queau, quo, rao, rau, reaux,rhea
ult, rho, ro, roe, roh, rohe, row, rowe, rseau, rs fo, sao, sceau,schau, schlau, schlough, s
chmo, schmoe, schow, scow, scrow, sew,sgro, shao, shmoe, shoah, shough, show, shro
w, skow, sloe, slow,slow-
k, slowe, slowh, snow, snowe, so, sough, sow, sprow, srn smo,sstd jpo, stoae, stow, sto
we, strau, stroh, strough, strow, swough,sw prho, tao, thao, thau, tho, thou, though, thro
e, throw, throwe, toe,toe-
in, tow, towe, tpe wau, trouw, trow, tsao, tso, tt rto, vb bpso,vd bpso, vo, vow, vrouw, wh
oa, wo, woe, wow, wowke, wroe, xiao,yao, yau, yo, yoe, yoh, yow, zhao, zoh, zschau

2 syllables:
'allo, aargau, abbau, ablow, agco, aglo, aglow, agneau, ago, airglow,aknow, allow, aloe,
although, ammo, and how, and so, anneau,ant cow, arau, armco, arnaud, arnault, arrau
, aschgrau, asoue, aufbau,ausbau, avoue, avow, backhoe, badeau, badeaux, baixo, bala
o,bandeau, bandow, banjo, barbeau, bargo, barklow, barlow, barlowe,barreau, barstow,
bartow, bateau, bateaux, batteau, beaudreau, bebeau,bedeau, begnaud, belau, belgo, bel
leau, below, berceau, beshow,bestow, bestrow, bibeau, bibeault, big toe, bilbao, bilbo, b
io, biscoe,biseau, bissau, blincoe, bobrow, boileau, boisseau, bongo, bonneau,bordeau,
bordeaux, borough, borrow, boudreau, boudreaux, bouleau,bourbeau, bourdeau, bourg
ault, bozo, brancheau, brandow, brasseaux,brazeau, bread dough, brideau, brosseau, bro
usseau, brownlow,bruneau, brusseau, budreau, budrow, buteau, buzau, cadeau, campea
u,cargo, carlow, carreau, cashflow, cash cow, cat chow, cerceau, cerneau,chabot, cham
eau, champeau, changsho, chapeau, chapeaux, chateau,chateaux, cheapo, chenault, ch
evaux, chevreau, chico, choteau,chouteau, chow chow, ciseau, coco, cointreau, combo,
comeau,comeaux, compeau, compo, copeau, corbeau, corn snow, costlow,coteau, cous
teau, couteau, couteaux, crapo, crepeau, cristo, crossbow,croteau, crotteau, dado, daign
ault, daigneault, damrow, danau, davao,davault, deboe, dedeaux, defoe, denault, deneau,
deneault, denslow,depauw, deskpro, devault, devaux, deveau, deveaux, devoe, devow,di
ldo, diploe, dobro, dog show, drapeau, dubeau, dubrow, dufault,dumb show, dunno, dun
ois, duro, dussault, dusseau, dusseault,dutch hoe, dyspnoeal, ebro, elbow, emo, endow
, enloe, enlow, enslow,escoe, escrow, eyebrow, eylau, facteau, fallow, fargo, farlow, far
row,faucheux, faurot, fauteux, favreau, fecteau, fernao, filyaw, fishlow,fizeau, floor show,
forego, forgo, foucault, freakshow, free throw,fregeau, freneau, frodo, frost snow, furlau
d, furlow, fuseau, gameshow,game show, garceau, gareau, garneau, gateau, gateau', ga
udreau,gauthreaux, gautreau, gautreaux, gauvreau, gendreau, georgiou, gibeau,gibeault,
gingko, girardeau, giraud, giraudoux, gizmo, glasgow,goddeau, godot, gogo, golf pro, g
oodloe, goodlow, goodreau, goodroe,goodrow, gopro, goudeau, goudreau, great toe, gree
nhoe, groleau,grotto, group o, guandjo, guangjo, guangzhou, guano, guardo,guilbault, g
uilbeau, guilbeault, guilbeaux, guillot, gusto, gyro, hard roe,haso, hello, highbrow, himb
o, hinault, hmpao, hoho, hollo, hurco,hurteau, huto, hwang-
ho, hwang ho, hydro, ice floe, ice show, ichthyo,ichthyo-
, ido, inchoate, inco, inflow, inlow, inscoe, intro-
, ivo, i know,jacquot, jambeaux, jandreau, jarboe, jarchow, jarreau, jayroe, jim crow,joe bl
ow, john doe, joyeux, judo, just now, just so, kayo, kilo, kinko,kinslow, know-
how, kowtow, krakau, labeau, lafoe, lagrow, laid low,lambeau, lambreau, landau, larco, l
areau, laveau, lebeau, lebow,lebowe, ledlow, legault, leleux, lesbo, lessnau, lettau, let go,
lheureux, li-
lo, liao, lichtblau, lienau, lie low, lifeco, ling ko, lionceau, litco, longbow,lotto, lozeau, lua
u, ludlow, ludo, m'bow, macao, macau, macco,make grow, malveaux, manseau, mantea
u, marceau, marceaux,margaux, marlowe, marteau, mayeux, mcdow, mcgough, meadow
,memo, meow, merlot, metro, mgtow, michaud, michaux, micheaux,micro, migneault, mi
lch cow, milk cow, mineau, miro, mistbow,misthrow, mistrow, mitau, monceaux, mongeau
, monroe, morceau,moreau, morneau, morneault, moro, moscow, moskau, mousseau,m
outh bow, munro, murto, museau, nadeau, ndau, nedeau, neuro,neveau, news show, ngo
, nicklow, nikau, no-go, no-
show, nocebo,noueux, nouveau, nouveaut, nouveaux, ocoee, oiseau, oiseaux, okdo,orth
o, or so, otto, outflow, outgo, outgrow, oxbow, paedo, papo,pardoe, parlow, parslow, p
artlow, passau, peglow, peplow, perdreau,pernod, perot, perreault, petrow, peugeot, pha
eo, photo, piezo, piezo-
,pineau, pinto, plateau, plateaux, pogo, poireau, poirot, ponceau, ponto,ponzo, poteau, p
owwow, preshow, presto, primeau, primeaux, primeco,primo, promo, prudhoe, pruneau,
puerto, punto, puteaux, qiao,qingdao, qipao, queneau, quito, radeau, ragau, rainbow, ra
mbeau,rameau, ramlow, reloj, renaud, renault, reneau, renowme, reseau,reseaux, rhino,
rideau, rideaux, riendeau, rigaud, right now, roadshow,road show, rondeau, rope tow, r
oseau, rougeau, rouleau, rouleaux,rousseau, ruisseau, run low, rushlow, sadao, saito, se
ago, sea cow,sego, sergio, sesno, shadow, shad roe, shawgo, shindou, shinto,sidesho
w, simcoe, skid row, ski tow, snowplow, so-
so, soco, soft roe,soileau, solo, somehow, sorkow, sound bow, steinroe, steptoe, stretto
,strip show, sumrow, suppo, swatow, tableau, tableaux, talk show,tarlow, tarot, tasso, ta
ureau, tebeau, tedrow, tempo, tetreault, thebeau,thibault, thibeau, thibeaux, thiebaud, tho
reau, thurnau, tien-
pao, til now,tiptoe, titlow, tivo, toe toe, tombeau, tondreau, tong ho, tonneau,tonneaux, to
nto, torgau, torso, torteau, tourteau, to know, trio,trousseau, trousseaux, trudeau, truffau
t, trumeau, trumeaux, tsingtao,turbot, turnbough, type o, udo, uh-
oh, unbro, ungo, unknow, uno,unrough, unsco, unstow, unwto, vaisseau, valleau, van-
gogh, van gogh,veilleux, veto, viau, vieau, vienneau, vigneau, vigneault, wadlow,wardlow
, wargo, washoe, watsco, watteau, wekau, whitlow, whitrow,willow, winnow, withrow, w
oodrow, woolco, workflow, y'know,yarbough, yknow, yobbo, you know, ythrowe, zorro

3 syllables:
abaco, aboiteau, aburto, accio, adolfo, afterglow, agnico, akimbo,albino, aliento, allegro,
aloyau, altruismo, amigo, angelo, anyhow,apropos, archambeau, aspero, atico, audio,
avasso, aveiro, babineau,babineaux, bacalao, barbakow, barinco, barkalow, barrilleaux, b
arrineau,batardeau, bay willow, beliveau, belliveau, benito, bigelow, black willow,bordello
, bordereau, borneo, buffalo, bungalow, bush willow, c. b. o.,c. e. o., cacajao, calico, ca
lypso, cameo, cape aloe, carabao,carbonneau, carriveau, ceo, cfo, chalumeau, chapitea
u, charbonneau,chicago, cicero, claudio, commando, cousineau, crack willow, curacao,
cyrano, d'amico, dairy cow, damoiseau, dansereau, dapozzo, dario,dazibao, diazo, disall
ow, disavow, domino, donahoe, dwarf willow,dynamo, eeo, embryo, eskimo, espress
o, even so, ever so, ex-
voto,falardeau, falsetto, fandango, figaro, flamenco, fontainebleau, frelimo,furieux, g. a.
o., galarneau, galipault, galipeau, gastineau, gilberto,goat willow, golden glow, goodenou
gh, gray willow, guanaco, guinarou,h. b. o., h. m. o., hammer throw, hbo, hemp willow, h
ere and now,hidalgo, holy joe, homedco, humberto, idaho, indigo, interco, ivaco,ivanho
e, i don't know, james monroe, janeiro, jericho, jerrico, judaeo,judaeo-
, kayapo, koito, kokomo, kosovo, krakatao, lamberto, legato,let it go, lister plow, little jo
e, little toe, loiseau, long ago, lumbago,martineau, massimo, mealo, medico, mexico,
micropro, mindanao,minstrel show, mirabeau, mistletoe, miyako, molineaux, monaco,m
orgenthau, mullineaux, navajo, norberto, noriko, oleo, overflow,overthrow, p. l. o., palae
o, papago, papineau, parizeau, paseo,pastry dough, pathet-
lao, patio, pebereau, peladeau, picaro, piccolo,picture show, pinsoneault, piping crow, p
ocono, polio, pompano, ponzio,portico, portmanteau, potato, potatoe, po box no, proth
ero, puipoe,puppet show, puppy chow, quid pro quo, rabideau, radio, raffaello,rate of fl
ow, ratio, red bordeaux, red willow, risotto, robichaud,robichaux, robicheaux, robideau, r
ococo, rodeo, roggio, romano,romeo, sacred cow, sage willow, salgueiro, scorpio, scuf
fle hoe,segundo, sentry go, servico, shadow show, sloppy joe, snap willow,spirito, springi
ng cow, staccato, status quo, stereo, streamline flow,studio, swamp willow, taekwond
o, tae kwon do, take a bow, tallyho,tamarao, tennis pro, tesauro, thalamo-
, thereinto, theriault, therriault,thibaudeau, tidal flow, tobacco, tokyo, tomato, tomorrow,
tornado,torpedo, tourtelot, to and fro, tupelo, tv show, twifallow, u. f. o., ufo,umberto, u
ndergo, undertow, unesco, until now, up to now, vertigo,vidigo, virago, warnaco, wher
eunto, white willow, zydeco
4 syllables:
adagio, air potato, akihito, almond willow, altiplano, appetito, arapaho,arapahoe, arctic
willow, balsam willow, basket willow, beradino,berandino, black buffalo, brittle willow, cabo
, cape buffalo, carrion crow,celo, cervesato, charity throw, clock radio, comunismo, cre
eping willow,desert willow, dwarf buffalo, dwarf gray willow, electric glow, false indigo,fals
e mistletoe, farabundo, from head to toe, genus aloe, geronimo,golden willow, guantanam
o, hirohito, hoary willow, hot potato,husk tomato, in embryo, laminar flow, laurel willow, l
oss ratio,manifesto, marianao, menstrual flow, mustachio, new-
mexico,new mexico, north borneo, oregano, ostinato, pinnochio, pistachio,plum tomat
o, pocket borough, politico, portfolio, prairie willow,presario, presidio, purple willow, pu
ssy willow, rotten borough,shining willow, silky willow, silver willow, sitka willow, stuffed
tomato,sweet potato, tennis elbow, tree tobacco, tree tomato,turbulent flow, vincent
van gogh, violin bow, weeping willow,white potato, wicomico, wild indigo, wild potato,
wild tobacco, yoshihiro

5 syllables:
aeromexico, aficionado, american crow, aniseikonia, archipelago,arroyo willow, aspect
ratio, bastard indigo, blue false indigo,braggadocio, cherry tomato, coco de macao, col
d stuffed tomato,common tobacco, cumberland plateau, desire to know, divertimento,foc
al ratio, genus calypso, gulf of mexico, homing torpedo,hot stuffed tomato, human dyna
mo, huntingdon willow, impresario,irish potato, jasmine tobacco, ladies' tobacco, lady's t
obacco, little potato,mercedario, michelangelo, montevideo, old world buffalo,old world
mistletoe, penalty free throw, roll of tobacco, rose of jericho,staccatissimo, television sho
w, turkish tobacco, variety show, w. t. o.,water buffalo, white false indigo

6 syllables:
a. f. l. c. i. o., aerial torpedo, american aloe, anisette de bordeaux,bangalore torpedo, bro
adcasting studio, florida pompano,flowering tobacco, genego, generalissimo, henry davi
d thoreau,indian buffalo, indian potato, indian tobacco, low archipelago,recording studio,
rio-de-
janeiro, rio de janeiro, since a long time ago,strawberry tomato, submarine torpedo, uru
guay potato

7 syllables:
american buffalo, american mistletoe, asiatic buffalo,bismarck archipelago, california po
mpano, capital of idaho,capital of mexico, indonesian borneo, malay archipelago,mexica
n husk tomato, wisconsin weeping willow, yellow dwarf of potato

8 syllables:
capital of new mexico, japanese archipelago, marcus tullius cicero

9 syllables:
babylonian weeping willow
Examples in Literature
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From "THE HOCK-CART, OR HARVEST HOME:TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE


MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORLAND" by Robert Herrick:

And all go back unto the plough


And harrow, though they're hang'd up now.

From "A NEW YEAR'S GIFT,SENT TO SIR SIMEON STEWARD" by Robert Herrick:

And let the russet swains the plough


And harrow hang up resting now;

From "The Gift Of The Sea" by Rudyard Kipling:

The gray gull follows the plough.


'Twas never a bird, the voice I heard,
O mother, I hear it now!"
"Lie still, dear lamb, lie still;

From "The Dance At The Phoenix" by Thomas Hardy:

The favorite Quick-step "Speed the Plough"--


(Cross hands, cast off, and wheel)--
"The Triumph," "Sylph," "The Row-dow dow,"
Famed "Major Malley's Reel,"

From "Friends Beyond" by Thomas Hardy:

WILLIAM Dewy, Tranter Reuben, Farmer Ledlow late at plough,


Robert's kin, and John's, and Ned's,
And the Squire, and Lady Susan, lie in Mellstock churchyard now!
"Gone," I call them, gone for good, that group of local hearts and

From "Tall Nettles" by Edward Thomas:

TALL nettles cover up, as they have done


These many springs, the rusty harrow, the plough
Long worn out, and the roller made of stone:
Only the elm butt tops the nettles now.

From "Little Bateese" by William Henry Drummond:


Off on de fiel' you foller de plough
Den w'en you 're tire you scare the cow

From "Farmer and the Cowman" from "Farmer and the Cowman Lyrics - Oklahoma
musical":

One man likes to push a plough,


The other likes to chase a cow,

From "He Thinks Of His Past Greatness When A Part Of The Constellations Of Heaven"
by William Butler Yeats:

I HAVE drunk ale from the Country of the Young


And weep because I know all things now:
I have been a hazel-tree, and they hung
The Pilot Star and the Crooked Plough

From "THE COUNTRY LIFE:" by Robert Herrick:

And cheer'st them up, by singing how


The kingdom's portion is the plough.

From "The Relic Taken, What Avails The Shrine?" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

The sun is set. My heart is widowed now


Of that companion-thought. Alone I plough

From "Come, Here Is Adieu To The City" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

The timbered country woos me


With many a high and bough;
And again in the shining fallows
The ploughman follows the plough.

From "A Dedication" by Robert Burns:

For me! sae laigh I need na bow,


For, Lord be thankit, I can plough;

From "The Riddle" by Thomas Hardy:

Hills of blank brow


Where no waves plough.

From "Pet-Lamb, The: A Pastoral Poem" by William Wordsworth:


"Thy limbs will shortly be twice as stout as they are now,
Then I'll yoke thee to my cart like a pony in the plough;

From "Friends Beyond" by Thomas Hardy:

Thus, with very gods' composure, freed those crosses late and soon
Which, in life, the Trine allow
(Why, none witteth), and ignoring all that haps beneath the moon,
William Dewy, Tranter Reuben, Farmer Ledlow late at plough,

From "Leipzig" by Thomas Hardy:

Their sepulchres from below.


"To Heaven is blown Bridge Lindenau;
Wrecked regiments reel therefrom;
And rank and file in masses plough

From "Earth's Answer" by William Blake:

When buds and blossoms grow?


Does the sower
Sow by night,
Or the plowman in darkness plough?

From "Heroic Poem in Praise of Wine" by Hilaire Belloc:

No harvest for the husbandman, but now


Shall bear a nobler foison than the plough;

From "Without A Song" by Perry Como:

That field of corn, would never see a plough


That field of corn, would be deserted now

From "The Molecatcher" by Lloyd:

In Wellington town at the sign of the plough


There lived a molecatcher, shall I tell you how?

From "Spotted Cow" by Steeleye Span:

Or go to view the plough


She comes and calls, "You gentle swain
I've lost my spotted cow"
She comes and calls, "You gentle swain
From "Maid of the Sweet Brown Knowe" by Burl Ives:

Look down in yonder valley at my horses and my plough,


All at their daily labor for the Maid of the Sweet Brown Knowe."

From "Moonshine In The Mountains" by Robert Calvert:

she could milk it with one foot and plough


with the other ... no that ain't right somehow

From "Tak' It, Man Tak' It" by Andy M. Stewart:

A man that's been bred to the plough,


Might be deav'd wi' its clamorous clapper;
Yet there's few but would suffer the sough,
After kenning what's said by the happer.

From "By The Hush" by Andy M. Stewart:

I sold me horse and plough,


Me little pigs and cow,

From "Killing Floor" by Redgum:

Hands like a stump jump plough


Moved the earth with a thrust of his arms
He was loading on the paint line now

From "Aisling" by Christy Moore:

Curse the spade and curse the plough


I've counted years and weeks and days,
And I wish to God I was with you now

From "Another Day" by Bertolf:

Well, get up on your feet and just work the plough


You will always regret if you don't do it now

From "Another Day" by Bertolf:

Well, get up on your feet and just work the plough


You will always regret if you don't do it now
Maybe you can do something
You didn't even know
From "Fugue 2 / Song of Daedalus" by Joe Jackson:

Call me now
Call me stars, moon and plough

From "Hallelujah Time" by BOB MARLEY:

All afflictions got to end somehow


From swinging the hammer, pulling the plough

From "Long Live The King" by Aaron Shust:

My lungs keep breathing I admit I don't know how


Bring the flood or bring the fire in this lifetime
I'm ready for the altar or the plough

From "The Milk Of Human Kindness" by A Salty Dog:

When you knew that I was through


that I'd done all I could do
did you really have to sow that final plough?
Not content with my mistake, you behaved just like a snake

From "Lady What's Tomorrow" by Elton John:

Will it be the same as now


Will the farmer push the pen
Will the writer pull the plough

From "Vicious Rumours" by Alice Cooper:

All of this is getting normal now


You'll never go back to your farming plough

From "The Boy in Me" by Glen Campbell:

If I knew then what I know now


I would've been content to play
And not to rush my hand to take the plough
Oh Jesus, bring back the boy in me.

From "It's On" by Chamillionaire:

You think you can stop my cash, and I'ma tell you how
9-1-1 are the snitch buttons on the dial
I put so many jewels on the table on a tile
To push all the ice off, you gon' need a snow plough

From "Maid of the Sweet Brown Knowe" by Burl Ives:

Look down in yonder valley where my verdant crops do grow.


Look down in yonder valley at my horses and my plough,

From "Let's All Go (To The Fire Dances)" by Killing Joke:

take the future in your hands now


let's do this dance forever
teacher teach me something new please
sow the seed god speed the plough

From "Light of a Fading Star" by Flogging Molly:

I don't need to know right now


'Cause beyond the pale lies evening
And the shadow of the plough

From "Southern Stars" by Remedy:

The ghosts of Eureka are calling to me now


To fashion a sword from the steel of the plough

From "Moonshine In The Mountains" by Robert Calvert:

it had something to do with a cow


she could milk it with one foot and plough

From "Wield The Spade" by Oysterhead:

They will pay for crimes that God and I will not allow
Some before the firing squad and some behind the plough

From "One Thin Dime" by Garr Lange:

It doesn't matter anyhow


‘cuz when it's all over
When you're pushin' up the clover
It won't matter to a plough

From "Another Day" by Bertolf:

Before you get the sign to go


Well, get up on your feet and just work the plough

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Related to plough: plough through, Plough back

plow
also plough (plou)
n.
1. A farm implement consisting of a strong blade at the end of a beam, usually hitched to a draft team or motor vehicleand
used for breaking up soil and cutting furrows in preparation for sowing.
2. An implement or machine designed to move earth, snow, or other material by means of a strong blade.
3. Plow See Big Dipper.
v. plowed, plow·ing, plows also ploughed or plough·ing or ploughs
v.tr.
1.
a. To break and turn over (earth) with a plow.
b. To form (a furrow, for example) with a plow.
c. To form furrows in with a plow: plow a field.
d. To form wrinkles or creases in: His forehead was plowed with lines of stress.
2.
a. To move or clear (snow, for example) by means of a plow.
b. To clear (an area) of snow or other material by means of a plow.
3. To make or form with driving force: I plowed my way through the crowd.
4. To progress through (water): plow the high seas.
5. Vulgar Slang To have intercourse with (another). Used of a man.
v.intr.
1. To break and turn up earth with a plow.
2. To move or clear material such as snow with a plow.
3. To admit of plowing: Rocky earth plows poorly.
4. To move or progress with driving force: The ball carrier plowed through the defensive line.
5. To proceed laboriously; plod: plowed through the backlog of work.
Phrasal Verbs:
plow back
To reinvest (earnings or profits) in one's business.
plow in
To block or isolate by plowing snow across ways of egress.
plow into Informal
1. To strike with force: The van plowed into the hydrant.
2. To begin to eat (food) with eagerness.
plow under
1. To turn or force (crops or manure, for example) into the soil with a plow.
2. To overwhelm, as with burdens: was plowed under with work.

[Middle English plough, plouw, from Old English plōh, plōg, plow, plowland.]

plow′a·ble adj.
plow′er n.
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plough
(plaʊ) or

plow
n
1. (Agriculture) an agricultural implement with sharp blades, attached to a horse, tractor, etc, for cutting or turning overthe
earth
2. (Mechanical Engineering) any of various similar implements, such as a device for clearing snow
3. (Tools) a plane with a narrow blade for cutting grooves in wood
4. (Agriculture) (in agriculture) ploughed land
5. put one's hand to the plough to begin or undertake a task
vb
6. (Agriculture) to till (the soil) with a plough
7. to make (furrows or grooves) in (something) with or as if with a plough
8. (when: intr, usually foll by through) to move (through something) in the manner of a plough: the ship ploughed thewater
.
9. (foll by: through) to work at slowly or perseveringly
10. (intr; foll by into or through) (of a vehicle) to run uncontrollably into something in its path: the plane ploughed intothe c
ottage roof.
11. (Agriculture) (tr; foll by in, up, under, etc) to turn over (a growing crop, manure, etc) into the earth with a plough
12. (Education) (intr) slang Brit to fail an examination
[Old English plōg plough land; related to Old Norse plogr, Old High German pfluoc]
ˈplougher, ˈplower n

Plough
(plaʊ)
n
(Celestial Objects) the Plough the group of the seven brightest stars in the constellation Ursa Major. Also known as:Char
les's Wain Usual US name: the Big Dipper
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plow
(plaʊ)

n.
1. an agricultural implement used for cutting, lifting, turning over, and partly pulverizing soil.
2. any of various implements resembling or suggesting this, as a contrivance for clearing away snow from a road ortrack.
3. (cap.) Astron. the Big Dipper.
v.t.
4. to turn up (soil) with a plow.
5. to make (a furrow) with a plow.
6. to tear up, cut into, or make furrows or grooves in (a surface) with or as if with a plow (often fol. by up): The tornadoplo
wed up an acre of trees.
7. to clear by the use of a plow, esp. a snowplow.
8. to reinvest or reuse (usu. fol. by back): to plow profits back into new equipment.
9. (of a ship, animal, etc.)
a. to cleave the surface of (the water).
b. to make (a way) or follow (a course) in this manner: plowing an easterly course.
v.i.
10. to till the soil or work with a plow.
11. to take plowing in a specified way.
12. to move forcefully through something in the manner of a plow (often fol. by through, along, etc.): to plow through acro
wd.
13. to proceed laboriously (often fol. by through).
[before 1100; Middle English plouh, plough(e), Old English plōh; c. German Pflug]
plow′a•ble, adj.
plow′er, n.
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plough
Past participle: ploughed
Gerund: ploughing

Imperative
plough
plough
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plough
plow
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N 1Plough - a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major
o . Big Dipper, Charles's Wain, Wain, Dipper, Wagon
u Great Bear, Ursa Major -
n a constellation outside the zodiac that rotates around the NorthStar

2plough -
. a farm tool having one or more heavy blades to break the soil and cut a furrowprior to
sowing
plow
bull tongue - a heavy plow with a single wide blade; used chiefly in cotton fields
moldboard plow, mouldboard plough - plow that has a moldboard
tool - an implement used in the practice of a vocation
V 1plough -
e . move in a way resembling that of a plow cutting into or going through the soil; "The ship plowed throughth
r e water"
b plow
go, locomote, move, travel -
change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast doesyour new car go?"; "We trav
elled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking forthe suspect"; "The s
oldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news travelled fast"
2plough -
. to break and turn over earth especially with a plow; "Farmer Jones plowed hiseast fiel
d last week"; "turn the earth in the Spring"
plow, turn
farming, husbandry, agriculture - the practice of cultivating the land or raising stock
till -
work land as by ploughing, harrowing, and manuring, in order to make it ready forcul
tivation; "till the soil"
ridge - plough alternate strips by throwing the furrow onto an unploughed strip
disk, harrow - draw a harrow over (land)
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plough
verb turn over, dig, till, ridge, cultivate, furrow, break ground They ploughed 100,000 acres of virgin moorland.
plough into something or someone plunge into, crash into, smash
into, career into, shove into, hurtle into,bulldoze into The car veered off the road and ploughed into a culvert.
plough through something forge, cut, drive, press, push, plunge, surge, stagger, wade, flounder, trudge, plod Mr
Dambar watched her plough through the grass.
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plough
plow (US) [plaʊ]
A. N (Agr) → arado m
the Plough (Astron) → el Carro, la Osa Mayor
B. VT
1. (Agr) → arar
2. (fig) to plough money into a project → invertir (grandes cantidades de) dinero en un proyecto
to plough one's way through the snow → abrirse paso con dificultad por la nieve
to plough one's way through a book → leer un libro con dificultad
I ploughed my way through it eventually → por fin acabé de leerlo pero resultó pesadísimo
3. (Brit) (Univ) (o.f.) → dar calabazas a, cargar (SP)
I was ploughed in German; they ploughed me in German → me dieron calabazas en alemán
C. VI
1. (Agr) → arar
2. (fig) the car ploughed into the wall → el coche dio fuerte(mente) contra la pared
the lorry ploughed into the crowd → el camión se metió en la multitud
to plough through the mud → abrirse camino con dificultad a través del lodo
3. (Brit) (Univ) (o.f.) I ploughed again → volvieron a suspenderme or (LAM) reprobarme, volvieron a cargarme (SP)
D. CPD plough horse N → caballo m de labranza
plough back VT + ADV [+ profits] → reinvertir
plough in plough under VT + ADV → cubrir arando, enterrar arando
plough up VT + ADV [+ field] → arar, roturar; [+ bushes etc] → arrancar con el arado; [+ pathway]
→ hacer desaparecerarando
the train ploughed up the track for 100 metres → el tren destrozó unos 100 metros de vía
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plough
(American) plow (plau) noun
a type of farm tool pulled through the top layer of the soil to turn it over. arado
verb
1. to turn over (the earth) with such a tool. The farmer was ploughing (in) a field.arar
2. to travel with difficulty, force a way etc. The ship ploughed through the rough sea; I've all this work to plough
through. abrir(se) camino
3. to crash. The lorry ploughed into the back of a bus.chocar
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plough
→ arado, arar
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