lawn mower

noun
a hand-operated or motor-driven machine for cutting the grass of a lawn.
Also, lawnmower.
Also called mower.


Origin:
1865–70

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lawn mower
 
n
a hand-operated or power-operated machine with rotary blades for cutting grass on lawns

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lawn mower
also lawn-mower, 1869, from lawn + mower (see mow (v.)).
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They cost the same as a lawnmower and they'll even throw in their special blend
  of self-produced fertilizer.
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It's a robotic lawnmower that eliminates all physical strain from cutting the
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