- tynnuei dynnutynnullwybr haliotows
Noun(1) the act of hauling something (as a vehicle
Verb(1) drag behind
(1) This caused a huge headache and expense including a tow across the country by the RAC and the cost of a replacement car.(2) In this process, which is much faster than that using guillotine cutters, tow is dyed, finished, cut, dried, screened, and bagged in one continuous operation.(3) And if you find yourself getting tired, Matti will happily start up the outboard on his boat (outside Kolovesi NP) and give you a tow .(4) It was so much easier that I could fiddle with my zipper with one hand, and not even be concerned about the tow .(5) He passes me, and I tuck in behind, letting him tow me along.(6) Above, a mechanical fault meant the Flying Scotsman needed a tow to get to York.(7) Towing with a brash sort of horse would be a bit like having a tow from a brash kind of driver who let out the clutch too suddenly - perhaps pulling off a front bumper.(8) In the past, the police have had to tow vehicles out of the way because buses cannot come through.(9) Not to mention I had to miss half of my afternoon classes just so that he could tow me around.(10) Presumably that hitch is used to tow a boat, or a big camping trailer, or something like that.(11) The Kiwis, in rather sharp contrast, opened a can of cold baked beans, were rostered to wash the dishes and clean the kitchen and ate their own sandwiches on the tow out to the Hauraki Gulf.(12) They were full of accounts of winter Sundays at a nearby country club that had just installed a rope tow and, even more maddening, of weekend ski trips to New Hampshire.(13) Don't miss the tubing slope serviced by a rope tow - you'll feel like you're 10 again as you soar down the slopes on your Flexible Flyer.(14) a man called to tow the car away(15) The bales of finished fibre were sold to rope and twine makers, locally or overseas, while the short tangled tow teased out by the scutcher, went to furniture makers for stuffing armchairs and sofas.(16) We stopped to give a tow to that stranded boat, the one with the two families on it.
(1) tow truck :: lori tynnu
1. towage ::
2. pull ::
3. haul ::
4. drag ::
5. draw ::
6. tug ::
7. lug ::
1. drive ::
2. propel ::
3. push ::
Different Formstow, towed, towing, towpath, towpaths, tows
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