- v.耕作; 犁耕; 耕翻;
The more ploughing and weeding, the better the crop.
They will finish ploughing the fields in less than three days.
The peasants were ploughing the field.
Our gunboats are ploughing the waves.
Spring ploughing is in full swing.
In Roman times November was a month of hard work in ploughing and sowing.
After they had got in the wheat, they set about ploughing.
The use of horses for ploughing still prevails among the poorer farmers.
Our oceangoing ship is ploughing across the Pacific Ocean.
It is the season for spring ploughing now.
They were ploughing a lonely furrow.
The ploughing is now in full swing.
The peasants are busy preparing for spring ploughing.
He was really just ploughing the sand.
He experimented in chemistry, in ploughing by steam power.
1. tilling the land with a plow;
"he hired someone to do the plowing for him"