transcription, транскрипция: [ plaʊ ]
( ploughs, ploughing, ploughed)
Note: in AM, use 'plow'
A plough is a large farming tool with sharp blades which is pulled across the soil to turn it over, usually before seeds are planted.
see also snowplough
When someone ploughs an area of land, they turn over the soil using a plough.
They ploughed nearly 100,000 acres of virgin moorland.
...a carefully ploughed field.
VERB : V n , V-ed
In Roman times November was a month of hard work in ploughing and sowing.
to plough a furrow: see furrow