From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Gardening
mowmow /məʊ $ moʊ/ verb (past tense mowed, past participle mown or mowed /məʊn $ moʊn/) [intransitive, transitive] 1 TADLGto cut grass using a machine It’s time to mow the lawn again.see thesaurus at cut2 new-mown hay/grass etc mow somebody ↔ down
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Examples from the Corpus
mowUse your pistol to dispense with individual guards or your machine gun to mow down a line of enemies.That night an army of street-cleaning machines invades Ninth Avenue from the north, mowing down anything in their paths.Why would you not be afraid to mow the field?If a moon show a silver shield, Be not afraid to mow the field.The boy next door mows the lawn for us.Are they coming to mow the lawn or to liberate the hostages with rakes, clippers and blowers?It took me two hours to mow the lawn.No, she got pissed when he was mowing the lawn.How often do you mow the tundra?I threw myself into the mowing, weeding, pruning, planting, cultivating as only a beginner can.mow ... lawnHe had jobs on the Cape, mowing lawns, doing gardening work, staying with friends of ours.
Origin mow Old English mawan