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Spanish translation of “plough”

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plough

verb
to travel with difficulty, force a way etc
abrir(se) camino
The ship ploughed through the rough sea I’ve all this work to plough through.
to crash
chocar
The lorry ploughed into the back of a bus.
Translations of “plough”
in Korean 쟁기질을 하다…
in Arabic يَحرِث…
in French avancer péniblement, peiner sur, défoncer…
in Italian arare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 耕,犁…
in Russian пахать…
in Turkish çift sürmek, toprağı sürmek…
in Polish orać…
in Portuguese arar…
in German durchpflügen, krachen…
in Catalan llaurar…
in Japanese (英)(土)をすきで耕す…
in Chinese (Simplified) 耕,犁…
(Definition of plough from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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