Phrasal Verb 'Plough'

We have 7 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Plough'.

Plough back

Meaning: Re-invest money you have made into a business

Example: We PLOUGHED BACK all the profits to grow the company.

Plough into

Meaning: Collide into at speed

Example: The bus skidded and PLOUGHED INTO the bus stop.

Plough on

Meaning: Continue doing something you don't want to

Example: It was really boring, but we PLOUGHED ON.

Plough through

Meaning: Eat a big meal

Example: We PLOUGHED THROUGH all seven courses.

Plough through

Meaning: Read something that is difficult or takes a lot of time

Example: It took me ages to PLOUGH THROUGH 'Ulysses'.

Plough through

Meaning: Move through somewhere where there is little space or there are obstacles

Example: The boat had to PLOUGH THROUGH the ice.

Plough up

Meaning: Break the surface of soil

Example: The tractor PLOUGHED UP the field so they could sow the seed.