mow / moʊ /


mow3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

mowed, mowed or mown, mow·ing.

  1. to cut down with a scythe or a machine.
  2. to cut grass, grain, etc., from: to mow the lawn.
v. 无主动词 verb

mowed, mowed or mown, mow·ing.

  1. to cut down grass, grain, etc.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. mow down, to destroy or kill indiscriminately or in great numbers, as troops in defeat, overwhelm, or overcome: The team mowed down its first four knock down.

mow 近义词

v. 动词 verb


mow 的近义词 6


  1. With six height adjustment options and the ability to mow or mulch, this pick is perfect for the whole family.
  2. If you have an acre of land to mow, there’s no need to spend money for extra size and power you’ll never need.
  3. The trees are located a few meters away, but the grass around the “yard” is perfectly mowed because they can easily pursue those who try to escape if there is a breach.
  4. They have the same number of invasives as both the young forests and the traditionally mowed areas.
  5. “It’s a joy not to have to mow and still have everything look green,” says Wendy Wilber, the statewide Master Gardener Volunteer Program coordinator at the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
  6. Though it would mow your lawn at International Space Station orbital speed—17,000 mph.
  7. It entailed deploying the Israeli army into Palestinian refugee camps to “mow the grass.”
  8. I would mow the lawn and take out the trash; I was making my own fishing lures.
  9. No, these are clothes that a man could well mow his lawn in.
  10. If their lives were made into horror movies, that rampaging little pink toadstool would mow them down every time.
  11. So Humphrey continued to mow and make hay, while Edward and Jacob went out for venison.
  12. June arrived, and it was time to mow down grass to make into hay for the winter, and Jacob had two scythes.
  13. And when thou hast been praised, O Rudra, be gracious to him who magnifies thee, and let thy armies mow down others than us!
  14. Men who had spent many a rainy day in the hay-mow, gambling, knew that he had played poker.
  15. If-itty-teshi-mow Jays Haddee ny up-plo-now-shi-buh nays;ha!