ploughman

  • 1 ploughman's — ˌploughman s ˈlunch [ploughman s lunch ploughman s lunches] (also ˈploughman s) noun (BrE) …

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  • 2 ploughman’s — ➡ ploughman’s lunch * * * …

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  • 3 ploughman — UK [ˈplaʊmən] / US noun [countable] Word forms ploughman : singular ploughman plural ploughmen UK [ˈplaʊmən] / US a man whose job is to control a plough pulled by a horse or an ox …

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  • 4 ploughman — n. (pl. men) a person who uses a plough. Phrases and idioms: ploughman s lunch a meal of bread and cheese with pickle or salad. ploughman s spikenard a composite fragrant plant, Inula conyzae, with purplish yellow flowerheads …

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  • 5 Ploughman — Plowman Plow man, Ploughman Plough man, n.; pl. { men}. 1. One who plows, or who holds and guides a plow; hence, a husbandman. Chaucer. Macaulay. [1913 Webster] 2. A rustic; a countryman; a field laborer. [1913 Webster] {Plowman s spikenard} (Bot …

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  • 6 ploughman — [[t]pla͟ʊmən[/t]] ploughmen N COUNT A ploughman is a man whose job it is to plough the land, especially with a plough pulled by horses or oxen …

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  • 7 ploughman's — noun short form of ploughmans lunch …

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  • 8 ploughman — plough|man [ˈplaumən] n plural ploughmen [ mən] BrE old use a man whose job was to guide a plough that was being pulled by a horse …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 9 ploughman — plough·man || plaÊŠmÉ™n n. one who ploughs, one who cuts into soil with a plough …

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  • 10 ploughman — ierþling …

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  • 11 ploughman — (US plowman) noun (plural ploughmen) a person who uses a plough …

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  • 12 ploughman — noun (C) old use a man whose job was to guide a plough that was being pulled by a horse …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 13 ploughman — plough·man …

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  • 14 ploughman — /ˈplaʊmən/ (say plowmuhn) noun (plural ploughmen) 1. a man who ploughs. 2. a farm labourer or a rustic. Also, Chiefly US, plowman …

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  • 15 Ploughman's lunch — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Un típico ploughman s lunch. El ploughman s lunch (‘almuerzo del labrador’ en inglés) es una comida o aperitivo frío, consistente al menos de un trozo de queso (usualmente cheddar, stilton o cualquier otro queso… …

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  • 16 ploughman's lunch — ploughman s lunches N COUNT A ploughman s lunch or a ploughman s is a meal consisting of bread, cheese, salad, and pickle, usually eaten in a pub. [BRIT] …

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  • 17 ploughman's spikenard — see under ↑spikenard • • • Main Entry: ↑plough ploughman s spikenard A European and N African spikenard with yellow flowers and aromatic roots (Inula conyzae) • • • Main Entry: ↑spikenard …

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  • 18 ploughman's lunch — n BrE a simple meal that people eat especially in ↑pubs, consisting of bread, cheese, ↑salad and ↑pickle …

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  • 19 ploughman's lunch — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a meal of bread and cheese with pickle and salad …

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  • 20 Ploughman's lunch — In the United Kingdom, ploughman s lunch is a cold snack or meal, comprising at a minimum a thick piece of cheese (usually Cheddar, Stilton, or other local cheese), relish (often Branston Pickle, sometimes piccalilli and/or pickled onions),… …

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