Synonyms of plough in English:

plough


See definition of plough

verb

1‘the fields had been ploughed’

SYNONYMS
cultivate, till, work, furrow, harrow, ridge, break up, turn up

2‘the car overturned and ploughed into a lamp post’

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career, plunge, crash, smash, bulldoze, hurtle, cannon, lurch, drive, run, careen
North American informal barrel

3‘they ploughed their way through deep snow’

SYNONYMS
trudge, plod, toil, clump, push one's way, wade, flounder, press, move laboriously
informal slog
British informal trog

Phrases

    plough into

    ‘it begins to look as though the plane will plough into the water’


    SYNONYMS

    crash into, smash into, collide with, be in collision with, hit, strike, ram, smack into, slam into, bang into, meet head-on, run into, drive into, bump into, crack against, crack into

    dash against

    North American

    impact

    plough on

    ‘she ploughed on nonetheless and cleared her plate’


    SYNONYMS

    persevere, persist, continue, carry on, go on, keep at it, keep on, keep going, keep it up, not give up, be persistent, be determined, follow something through, see something through, show determination, press ahead, press on, plod on, stay with something, not take no for an answer

    be tenacious, be pertinacious, insist, be patient, be diligent, stand one's ground, stand fast, stand firm, hold on, hold out, go the distance, stay the course, grind away, struggle on, hammer away, stop at nothing, leave no stone unturned

    informal

    plug away, peg away, stick at it, soldier on, hang on, stick to one's guns, stick it out, hang in there, bash on

    plough something into

    ‘profits from sales of the work are ploughed into further commissions’


    SYNONYMS

    invest in, put money into, sink money into, lay out money on

    provide capital for, spend money on, fund, back, finance, underwrite, subsidize, support, pay for

    buy into, buy shares in, buy a stake in, take a stake in

    informal

    get a piece of, splash out on