English to Welsh Meaning :: plough

Plough :
aradr
- aradr
 
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Noun(1) a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major(2) a farm tool having one or more heavy blades to break the soil and cut a furrow prior to sowing
Verb(1) move in a way resembling that of a plow cutting into or going through the soil(2) to break and turn over earth especially with a plow

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(1) As it begins to look as though the plane will plough into the water, panicked screams fill the cabin.(2) It is difficult to plough the land and I have no older children and no uncle to help me.(3) If he decides to plough an area that has not been treated in the past ten years, he must consult with Duchas.(4) Cotton seed should not be planted behind the plough , as is the case when planting maize or groundnuts.(5) There were a few cars, a plough clearing the parking areas and a sign reading ‘look around you and you can see all sorts of wild plants and animals’.(6) York's medieval farmers who used to plough a furrow here would still recognise it.(7) cruise liners plough the long-sailed routes(8) not many people plough Greats and become a professor of Latin(9) In he jumped, goggles on, and then proceeded to plough through the water doing a very bad and splashy front crawl.(10) some day someone will plough up the bomb and lose a leg(11) With each spell of rain, farmers plough the fields to prevent weeds from growing.(12) Makes it a bit hard to plough a straight line when you can't see anything.(13) The Glacier Express is the most famous of several rail journeys that plough through the snow-encrusted Alps.(14) With the first of the summer rains expected at any time now and hence the need to plough the fields in preparation for sowing, the people do not have any seeds to plant.(15) The removal of the age-old plough from farming could lead to a major drop in pollution in rivers and lakes, according to environmentalists.(16) In the nearby field, a heavily yoked yak drags the wooden plough through the rocky soil to the singsong tune of his master.
Related Words
(1) snow plow ::
aradr eira
(2) plow back ::
aredig yn ôl
(3) plow up ::
aredig i fyny
(4) plow through ::
aredig trwy
Synonyms
Verb
1. till ::
til
3. crash ::
damwain
4. trudge ::
trudge
5. turn ::
dro
6. address ::
cyfeiriad
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