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plough

US [plaʊ]
UK [plaʊ]
  • n.犁;北斗星
  • v.犁(田);耕(地);翻(土)
  • Web耕地;犁耕;耕种,犁沟
Plural Form:ploughs  Present Participle:ploughing  Past Participle:ploughed  
plough
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n.
1.
[c]
a large piece of farming equipment with one or several curved blades, pulled by a tractor or by animals. It is used for digging and turning over soil, especially before seeds are planted.
2.
[sing]
北斗星a group of seven bright stars that can only be seen from the northern half of the world
IDM
under the plough
用于耕作的;作农田的used for growing crops, not for keeping animals on
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
犁(田);耕(地);翻(土)to dig and turn over a field or other area of land with a plough
ploughed fields
犁过的田地
IDM
plough a lonely, your own, etc., furrow
自耕孤畴(指自行其是或自得其乐)to do things that other people do not do, or be interested in things that other people are not interested in

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