Definition of plough into phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Phrasal Verbs

plough into somebody


plough into something

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(especially of a vehicle or its driver) to crash violently into something, especially because you are driving too fast or not paying enough attention A truck ploughed into the back of the bus. See related entries: Motoring problems and accidents

plough something into something

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to invest a large amount of money in a company or project The government has ploughed more than $20 billion into building new schools.