a farming tool with a heavy cutting blade for breaking up and turning over the earth in fields, especially so that seeds can be planted
turn over the earth with a plough
force a way or make a track
"The ship plowed through the water"
"Farmer Jones plowed his east field last week"
"turn the earth in the Spring"
Ecclesiastical revenues which..contained eighteen thousand four hundred ploughs of land.
出自： D. Hume
As much land as a yoke of oxen could plough in one day.
出自： H. Hunter
The ground beneath the trees had been ploughed up for potatoes.
出自： P. Fitzgerald
The stalks are left to be ploughed into the earth for the next planting.
作物的秆被留着以便犁入土中作下次播种的肥料。 plough into sth
He ploughed into his work and finished it in a few hours.
If I really plough into my studies now,I should be ready for the examination.
假如从现在起我要是真正地用功学习的话,就可以为考试做好准备。 plough into sb/sth
The car went out of control and ploughed into the side of a bus.
The van's brakes failed, and it ploughed into a crowd of people.
运货车的刹车失灵,一下子冲入人群。 plough sth into sth
In the last ten years Imperial Oil had ploughed a billion dollars into the Canadian economy.
The huge sums of money which were ploughed into the project soon began to pay off.
我们已费力地查阅了可能与此案有关的一切文件。 plough through sth
The ship ploughed through the sea toward port.
那艘船在海里破浪前进,驶向港口。 plough one's way through sb/sth
The prospecting team ploughed their way through the snow.
We ploughed our way through the crowd in front of the theater.