plough noun Meaning in Cambridge Learner Dictionary
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plough

noun [C] UK ( US plow)
 
 
/plaʊ/
a large tool used by farmers to turn over the soil before planting cropsFarming - general words
Translations of “plough”
in Arabic مِحْراث…
in Korean 쟁기…
in Malaysian bajak…
in French charrue…
in Turkish kara saban, pulluk…
in Italian aratro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 犁…
in Russian плуг…
in Polish pług…
in Vietnamese cái cày…
in Spanish arado…
in Portuguese arado…
in Thai คันไถ…
in German der Pflug…
in Catalan arada…
in Japanese (英)(農具の)すき…
in Indonesian bajak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 犁…
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