shovel

[n] - the quantity a shovel can hold 2. [n] - a fire iron consisting of a small shovel used to scoop coals or ashes in a fireplace 3. [n] - a hand tool for lifting loose material 4. [v] - dig with or as if with a shovel
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Shovel

Shov'el noun [ Middle English shovele , schovele , Anglo-Saxon scoft , sceoft ; akin to Dutch schoffel , German schaufel , Old High German sc...vala , Danish skovl , Swedish skofvel , skyffel , and to English shove . &ra...
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Shovel

Shov'el transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Shoveled or Shovelled ; present participle & verbal noun Shoveling or Shovelling .] 1. To take up and throw with a shovel; as, to shovel earth into a hea...
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shovel

An implement consisting of a broad scoop, or more or less hollow blade, with a handle, used for lifting and throwing earth, coal, grain, or other loose substances. Shovel hat, a broad-brimmed hat, turned up at the sides, and projecting in front like a shovel, worn by some clergy of the English Church. ... <zoology> Shovelspur, a flat, horny p...
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shovel

noun a hand tool for lifting loose material; consists of a curved container or scoop and a handle
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shovel

shovelful noun the quantity a shovel can hold
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Shovel

• (v. t.) To gather up as with a shovel. • (v. t.) To take up and throw with a shovel; as, to shovel earth into a heap, or into a cart, or out of a pit. • (v. t.) An implement consisting of a broad scoop, or more or less hollow blade, with a handle, used for lifting and throwing earth, coal, grain, or other loose substances.Shovel: w...
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Shovel

The front of the ski
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shovel

an informal unit of volume. In U.S. building trades, a common rule of thumb is that a cubic yard contains about 150 standard (no. 2) shovels of material. This means that a shovel contains about 5 liters and a cubic meter is about 200 shovels.
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Shovel

Shovel is tramp slang for a spoon.
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Shovel

Shovel is tramp slang for a spoon.
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Shovel

The front of the ski.
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Shovel

The front bit of a ski just behind the tip that is touching the snow. Also useful for digging your car out of the snow.
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Shovel

Most shovels are hand tools consisting of a broad blade fixed to a medium-length handle. Shovel blades are usually made of sheet steel or hard plastics and are very strong. Shovel handles are usually made of wood (especially specific varieties such as ash or maple) or glass-reinforced plastic (fibreglass). Hand shovel blades made of sheet steel us...
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Shovel

(ski)
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