Definition of mower in English:

mower

Pronunciation /ˈmō(ə)r/ /ˈmoʊ(ə)r/

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noun

  • 1A machine used for cutting grass.

    ‘self-propelled rotary mowers’
    • ‘keep mower blades sharp to prevent damage to the grass’
    • ‘I used to cut grass with a push mower with no motor.’
    • ‘I've just bought the Rolls Royce of mowers.’
    • ‘Despite all the technological advances of the 21st century, mowers haven't really changed that much.’
    • ‘Machinery needs fixing - the drive belt dropped off the mower an hour ago, rendering it useless.’
    • ‘I wonder what he thinks about while he pushes his mower, day after day.’
    • ‘If there wasn't the sound of a mower somewhere in our neighbourhood on a weekend you'd think the world was about to end.’
    • ‘A tuned mower engine will use less fuel, pollute less and chop grass into finer particles.’
    • ‘Owners might appreciate a service plan that has a chip e-mail them when it senses their mowers need maintenance, to head off an impending breakdown.’
    • ‘A well-groomed carpet of grass may be nice to look at, but gas-powered mowers pollute the air with noxious fumes.’
    • ‘You spend all week in an office, what better than mowing the lawn with an old-fashioned manual metal mower?’
    1. 1.1A person who cuts grass with a mower.
      ‘a retired nurse and mower of lawns’
      • ‘The novice was released only once he put a shilling towards the mowers' beer.’
      • ‘That lot would become babysitters, lawn mowers, and burger flippers.’
      • ‘Below, an army of workers moves at hill's bottom; they ply simple tools of their fathers, silent snippers, mowers, diggers.’
      • ‘All the mowers would throw their scythes at the final stook so that no one person would be responsible for the corn spirit's death.’
      • ‘Town hall chiefs propose letting animals graze on parks to save on the cost of mowers.’
      • ‘There is no action on Sunday: a relief for the entire infrastructure that makes this tournament the best there is-the painters of hundreds of lines, the mowers of hundreds of strips.’
      • ‘I gave up the idea of a lawn gently sloping down to the water - the resident mower of lawns didn't fancy falling into the water.’