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mow

  
  
crop, cut, scythe, shear, trim  


mow down     
blow away     (slang, chiefly U.S.)   butcher, cut down, cut to pieces, massacre, shoot down, slaughter  
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mow

  
  ( mows    3rd person present)   ( mowing    present participle)   ( mowed    past tense)   ( mowed    past participle)   ( mown    past participle  ) If you mow an area of grass, you cut it using a machine called a lawn mower.      verb  
He continued to mow the lawn and do other routine chores.      V n, Also V   mow down      phrasal verb   If someone is mown down, they are killed violently by a vehicle or gunfire.  
She was mown down on a pedestrian crossing...      be V-ed P  
Gunmen mowed down 10 people in one attack.      V P n (not pron), Also V n P  

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mow down, mow down, mob, mop

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