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  • 1 plough — (US plow) ► NOUN 1) a large farming implement with one or more blades fixed in a frame, drawn over soil to turn it over and cut furrows. 2) (the Plough) a prominent formation of seven stars in the constellation Ursa Major (the Great Bear). ► VERB …

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  • 2 Plough — Plow redirects here. For the Canadian soldier, see Edward Chester Plow. Plowman redirects here. For the surname, see Plowman (surname). Furrow redirects here. For other uses, see Furrow (disambiguation). For other uses, see Plough… …

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  • 3 plough — /plaʊ / (say plow) noun 1. an agricultural implement for cutting and turning over the soil. 2. any of various implements resembling this, as a plane for cutting grooves or a device for snow clearance. 3. a device on a tram, formerly used for… …

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  • 4 plough — n. & v. (esp. US plow) n. 1 an implement with a cutting blade fixed in a frame drawn by a tractor or by horses, for cutting furrows in the soil and turning it up. 2 an implement resembling this and having a comparable function (snowplough). 3… …

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  • 5 Plough — n. & v. (esp. US plow) n. 1 an implement with a cutting blade fixed in a frame drawn by a tractor or by horses, for cutting furrows in the soil and turning it up. 2 an implement resembling this and having a comparable function (snowplough). 3… …

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  • 6 plough — (US plow) noun 1》 a large farming implement with one or more blades fixed in a frame, drawn over soil to turn it over and cut furrows in preparation for the planting of seeds.     ↘land that has been ploughed. 2》 (the Plough) Brit. a prominent… …

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  • 7 Plough — Plow Plow, Plough Plough, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Plowed} (ploud) or {Ploughed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Plowing} or {Ploughing}.] 1. To turn up, break up, or trench, with a plow; to till with, or as with, a plow; as, to plow the ground; to plow a field.… …

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  • 8 Trench-plough — Trench plow Trench plow , Trench plough Trench plough ( plou ), v. t. To plow with deep furrows, for the purpose of loosening the land to a greater depth than usual. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 Trench plough — Trench Trench, n. [OE. trenche, F. tranch[ e]e. See {Trench}, v. t.] 1. A long, narrow cut in the earth; a ditch; as, a trench for draining land. Mortimer. [1913 Webster] 2. An alley; a narrow path or walk cut through woods, shrubbery, or the… …

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  • 10 gang plough — /ˈgæŋ plaʊ/ (say gang plow) noun 1. a plough with several blades producing parallel furrows. 2. a combination of ploughs in one frame …

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  • 11 furrow — I. n. 1. Trench (made by a plough). 2. Channel, groove, hollow, fluting, chamfer. 3. Wrinkle, seam, line, rugosity. II. v. a. 1. Make furrows in, plough in furrows. 2. Hollow, cut in furrows, groove, channel, flute, chamfer …

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  • 12 ridge — I. /rɪdʒ / (say rij) noun 1. a long, narrow elevation of land, or a chain of hills or mountains. 2. the long and narrow upper part or crest of something, as of an animal s back, a hill, a wave, etc. 3. Obsolete the back of an animal. 4. any… …

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  • 13 Wolfgang Rihm — (b. 13 March 1952) is a German composer from Karlsruhe. He finished both his school and his studies in music theory and composition in 1972, two years before the premiere of his early work Morphonie at the 1974 Donaueschingen Festival launched… …

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  • 14 ploughable — plough (US plow) ► NOUN 1) a large farming implement with one or more blades fixed in a frame, drawn over soil to turn it over and cut furrows. 2) (the Plough) a prominent formation of seven stars in the constellation Ursa Major (the Great Bear) …

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  • 15 Agriculture in the United Kingdom — A combine harvester in Scotland Agriculture in the United Kingdom uses around 71% of the country s land area and contributes about 0.6% of its gross value added. The UK produces less than 60% of the food it eats and the industry s share of the… …

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  • 16 Ridge and furrow — The term ridge and furrow is often used by archaeologists and others to describe the pattern of peaks and troughs created in a field by the system of ploughing used in Europe during the Middle Ages. Early examples date to the immediate post Roman …

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  • 17 Turnip — taxobox name = Turnip image caption = Small turnip root regnum = Plantae unranked divisio = Angiosperms unranked classis = Eudicots unranked ordo = Rosids ordo = Brassicales familia = Brassicaceae genus = Brassica species = B. rapa subspecies = B …

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  • 18 furrow — /ˈfʌroʊ / (say furoh) noun 1. a narrow trench made in the ground, especially by a plough. 2. a narrow, trench like depression in any surface. 3. a groove, as in the skin of the forehead, etc. –verb (t) 4. to make a furrow or furrows in; plough… …

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  • 19 Furlong — unit of length m= 201.16800 accuracy=6 A furlong is a measure of distance in imperial units and U.S. customary units. It is equal to one eighth of a mile or 660 feet or 201.168 metres.Five furlongs are approximately 1 kilometre (1.00584 km to be… …

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