- vt.& vi.用犁耕田（plough的过去式与过去分词形式）;
The car ploughed through three gardens and flattened a tree.
He claimed he ploughed all his money into his antique business.
Cale has ploughed a more esoteric furrow as a recording artist.
All the fields are now ploughed up, ready for the seeds.
The prospecting team ploughed their way through the snow.
The farmers ploughed the vegetable leaves back to enrich the soil.
He ploughed into his work and finished it in a few hours.
He ploughed much money into developing new oil fields.
The car ploughed into his garden wall.
The ship ploughed through the sea toward port.
He ploughed through the book to the end.
The great ship ploughed across the ocean.
They ploughed their profits back into further investment.
The meadow's been ploughed up.
The fields have been ploughed twice.
1. (of farmland) broken and turned over with a plow;