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plough sth back/in

verb [I or T] uk phrasal verb with plough UK ( US plow)   /plaʊ/ us  
to dig the roots and other remaining parts of a crop into the earth to make the soil more healthy
Translations of “plough sth back/in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 把(植物的根等)犁入土中作肥料, 犁埋…
in Chinese (Simplified) 把(植物的根等)犁入土中作肥料, 犁埋…
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