- n.犁( plough的名词复数 ); 耕地;
The King, however dispirited, ploughs on.
All were busily engaged, men at their ploughs , women at their looms.
大家都很忙, 男的耕田, 女的织布.
The field ploughs well after the rain.
The land ploughs hard after the drought.
The wild boar ploughs the earth up like a furrow, and does irreparable damage in the cultivated lands.
The fields are cultivated with horse - ploughs while books are written by machinery.
Peasants wade knee deep in mud coaxing water buffalo to pull ploughs.
An unreasonable person talks senselessly, and a weak ox ploughs sidewise.
The boat ploughs north along this vast, rust - tinted river.
One ploughs , another sow; who will reap no one knows.
有的耕, 有的播, 谁来收获很难说.
The soil could be worked by light, primitive ploughs.
By steadfastly manages throughout ploughs the enterprise foundation deeply.
They had to work slowly by using old type ploughs.
The ploughs crossed and recrossed the rivulet marks.
Rocky earth ploughs poorly.