Meaning of sidehill plough in English:

sidehill plough

(US sidehill plow)

noun

US
  • A plough that can be made to throw the furrow slice to either one side or the other (e.g. downhill when the plough is moving across a slope), regardless of the direction of the plough across the slope.

    Also called a turnwrest plough and a swivel plough.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in New England Farmer.