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They used bulldozers to scratch out a huge protective line and lit backfires to contain the flames. The Sun (2009)Rescuers used a bulldozer to widen the hole and after three hours the beast got out unharmed. The Sun (2009)Many sites are being looted in broad daylight and at least one bulldozer is being used. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But it requires only limited use of bulldozers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They may think again if bulldozers arrive in their boardrooms. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Their fourth and fifth floor flats were all that was left standing after the bulldozers moved in. The Sun (2013)Some are literally plucked from the forest as the bulldozers move in. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Eighteen bulldozers moved in to clear the way for rescue teams. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Watch the three big nations from the southern hemisphere take on one of the underdogs and they will not use a bulldozer. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This was one of the last gigs at the Palais before the bulldozers arrive next month. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In fact, it is when the bulldozers finally arrive that the real challenge will begin. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In the end, the bulldozers move in. Times, Sunday Times (2009)EIGHT months after the bulldozers moved in, Highbury is now just a building site. The Sun (2007)At the yacht club, a squadron of American bulldozers had arrived without warning and built an artificial harbour almost overnight for repairing landing craft. Spitfire Women of World War II (2007)
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Translations for 'bulldozer'
British English: bulldozer /ˈbʊlˌdəʊzə/ NOUN
A bulldozer is a large tractor with a broad metal blade at the front, used for moving earth or knocking down buildings.
- American English: bulldozer
- Arabic: جَرّافَةَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: escavadeira
- Chinese: 推土机
- Croatian: buldožer
- Czech: buldozer
- Danish: bulldozer
- Dutch: bulldozer
- European Spanish: bulldozer
- Finnish: puskutraktori
- French: bulldozer
- German: Bulldozer
- Greek: μπουλντόζα
- Italian: bulldozer
- Japanese: ブルドーザー
- Korean: 불도저
- Norwegian: bulldoser
- Polish: buldożer
- European Portuguese: escavadeira
- Romanian: buldozer
- Russian: бульдозер
- Spanish: buldozer
- Swedish: bulldozer
- Thai: รถแทรกเตอร์เกลี่ยดิน
- Turkish: buldozer
- Ukrainian: бульдозер
- Vietnamese: xe ủi
Definition of bulldozer from the Collins English Dictionary
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