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plow into (someone or something)
1. To crash into something with great force. The driver lost control of the truck, and it plowed right into the front of the café. The attacker plowed into a crowd of people and was tackled to the ground by one of them.
2. To undertake something with great energy, fervor, or determination. Sorry, I can't chat right now. I've got to plow into all these emails that piled up while I was on vacation. I can't believe how enthusiastic Jeff has been about his new classes—he's been plowing into his homework every chance he gets!
plow into someone or something
to crash into someone or something; to bump hard into someone or something. The car plowed into the ditch. The runner plowed into another player.
Strike with force, crash into; also, attack vigorously. For example, The truck plowed into the retaining wall, or Carol plowed into the pile of correspondence. This expression transfers the force of the farmer's plow to other enterprises. [Late 1800s]
1. To strike someone or something with force: The truck slid on the ice and plowed into a brick wall.
2. To cause something to strike someone or something with force: The driver plowed the SUV into the wall.
3. To undertake something, as a task, with eagerness and vigor: I went to the library and plowed into my research paper.
4. To invest some amount of money into something: The company plowed its excess cash into stocks. I just plowed $200,000 into a new house.