Crossword clues for tractor
- Rubbish truck done up as farm vehicle
- Plow puller
- Farm hauler
- Trailer hauler
- Field vehicle
- Farm aid
- Vehicle used on farms
- Vehicle used for hauling heavy loads
- Trailer's partner
- Point 4 gift to foreign farmers
- Plow puller, perhaps
- Machine in a field
- It runs on the farm
- It has a lot of pull
- It gets fired up on the farm
- Field-working machine
- Farming vehicle
- Farmer's vehicle
- Farmer's "must."
- Farm rover
- John Deere product
- It has pull
- Deere product
- County fair sight
- One-seated vehicle
- A wheeled vehicle with large wheels
- Used in farming and other applications
- A truck that has a cab but no body
- Used for pulling large trailers or vans
- Farm vehicle with big tires
- Powerful caterpillar
- Tiller puller
- Semitrailer hauler
- Farm must
- Farm machine
- One with a lot of pull
- Vehicle taking another one up hill
- Farm vehicle in large area of land corn’s filling
- Farm vehicle having rubbish to carry about
- Large area of land or what might be seen on it
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tractor airplane \Trac"tor air"plane\, n. (Aviation) An airplane having one or more tractor propellers; -- called also tractor.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1856, "something that pulls," from Modern Latin tractor "that which draws," agent noun from past participle stem of Latin trahere "to pull, draw" (see tract (n.1)). Earlier used of a quack device consisting of two metal rods which were supposed to relieve rheumatism (1798, in full Perkins's metallic tractor); still the main sense in Century Dictionary (1891).\n
\nSense of "an engine or vehicle for pulling wagons or plows" is recorded by 1896, from earlier traction engine (1859). The meaning "powerful truck for pulling a freight trailer" is first found 1926; tractor-trailer as "combined motor-truck and trailer" is from 1914.
n. 1 (label en agriculture) A vehicle used in farms e.g. for pulling farm equipment and preparing the fields. 2 (label en US) A truck (or lorry) for pulling a semi-trailer or trailer. 3 Any piece of machinery, any thing that pulls something. 4 (label en aviation) An airplane where the propeller is located in front of the fuselage 5 (label en UK rail transportation) A http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British%20Rail%20Class%2037 locomotive. 6 (label en archaic) A metal rod used in tractoration, or Perkinism.
n. a wheeled vehicle with large wheels; used in farming and other applications
a truck that has a cab but no body; used for pulling large trailers or vans
A tractor is an engineering vehicle specifically designed to deliver a high tractive effort (or torque) at slow speeds, for the purposes of hauling a trailer or machinery used in agriculture or construction. Most commonly, the term is used to describe a farm vehicle that provides the power and traction to mechanize agricultural tasks, especially (and originally) tillage, but nowadays a great variety of tasks. Agricultural implements may be towed behind or mounted on the tractor, and the tractor may also provide a source of power if the implement is mechanised.
The word tractor was taken from Latin, being the agent noun of trahere "to pull". The first recorded use of the word meaning "an engine or vehicle for pulling wagons or ploughs" occurred in 1901, displacing the earlier term " traction engine" (1859).
Tractor is a band founded in Rochdale, Lancashire, England by guitarist/vocalist Jim Milne and drummer Steve Clayton in 1971. Both had been members of a beat group, The Way We Live since 1966. They are notable both for their appreciation by John Peel and Julian Cope, but also for their longevity because as of 2007, they are still performing. The band was produced initially by schoolfriend sound engineer John Brierley.
A tractor is a vehicle designed for hauling in agriculture or construction.
Tractor may also refer to:
Usage examples of "tractor".
She had seated herself on the fender of an autonomic tractor and was examining packages of seeds.
But in order to do this, it is first necessary to conquer the international bourgeoisie, to compel it to give us these tractors.
Both brothers were on the tractor, Raymond standing up behind Harold, who sat behind the wheel driving an ancient red sun-faded Farmall with the canvas wings of the heat houser bolted over the block onto the fenders for protection from the wind, pulling an empty flatbed hay wagon.
An hour later, the train halted at some crummy town: a water tower, a lithomancy pylon, a tractor depot, a straggle of houses.
A service path had been carved into the cliffs on both sides, cheaper than a bridge, marring the natural beauty but making the canyon bottom accessible to tractors.
In essence, it wrenches its target apart by switching from tractor to presser mode in microsecond bursts.
And then, when Captain Pressman gave the order to Will to get them out of here, now, the tractor beam had been engaged.
Switching on the infra-red, they began slowly to climb in single file, the bulldozer going first, the minder cumbrously following, then the quarrier with the operator and the penner aboard, and the two tractors bringing up the rear.
Switching on the infra-red, they began slowly to climb in single file,through the dark, the bulldozer going first, the field-minder cumbrously following, then the quarrier with the operator and the penner aboard, and the tractors bringing up the rear.
Somewhere in the middle of it, while Kemp was supervising the recoupling of the tractors to the other end of the rig it was discovered that McGrath was missing.
The crane prosthesis was already attached to the mount on the front end, and that made it easy to load the tractor with the winch, the sandbagger, the boxes of spare parts, and finally the crate walls.
Titus snorted, looking up from a Lego tank that he was steadily chewing apart, his chubby fingers unable to separate the slippy little bricks he needed for building a tractor.
They all moved forward, swaying from side to side like straphangers on a rocking Underground train as the tractor slid and dragged under the impact of the wind.
Charlotte, they would be joined by such reactionaries as Hugh Challis or Tertius Tully, and instantly, ranging up beside Charlotte, Purvis would be heard announcing that in Russia all actors are cared for by the government like pet rabbits and that any peasant just off the seat of a tractor can act with more disciplined technique than Noel Coward and design scenery more artfully than Oenslager or Bel Geddes.
Copper, Norris and I placed a twenty-five-pound thermite bomb, wired it, and took the connector up the tunnel to the surface, where Blair had the steam tractor waiting.