Plow also plough (plou) n.
1. A farm implement consisting of a heavy blade at the end of a beam, usually hitched to a draft team or motor vehicle and used for breaking up soil and cutting furrows in preparation for sowing.
2. An implement of similar function, such as a snowplow.
v. plowed also ploughed, plow·ing also plough·ing, plows also ploughs
a. To break and turn over (earth) with a plow.
b. To form (a furrow, for example) with a plow.
c. To form furrows in with or as if with a plow: plow a field.
2. To make or form with driving force: I plowed my way through the crowd.
3. To cut through (water): plow the high seas.
1. To break and turn up earth with a plow.
2. To admit of plowing: Rocky earth plows poorly.
3. To move or progress with driving force: The attackers formed a wedge and plowed through the enemy line.
4. To proceed laboriously; plod: plowed through the backlog of work.