power mower


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power mower

n.
A lawnmower that is powered by a gasoline or electric motor.

pow′er mow`er


n.
a lawn mower that is powered and propelled by an electric motor or gasoline engine.
[1935–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.power mower - a lawn mower powered by a gasoline motorpower mower - a lawn mower powered by a gasoline motor
lawn mower, mower - garden tool for mowing grass on lawns
riding mower - a power mower you can ride on
hand mower - a lawn mower that is operated by hand
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Using a power mower for a half-hour translates to 102 burned calories for a 125 lb.
The faster you go, the more calories you'll burn, and hand mowing typically burns about 165 calories per weighing about 9 stone - over 30 calories more than using a power mower.
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An in-law of mine lost a big toe by trying to kick something out from under the running blades of a power mower.
Using a power mower with four horse power for one hour to cut the grass releases the pollution equivalent of driving 350 miles in a car.
Finally, last month, Olandez took Sparkie to Sears so he could buy a new power mower for $200 and change.
His article in a 2004 issue of Physical Review Letters correctly predicted the maximum volume of the singing to be 105 decibels (about as loud as a power mower or power saw) at which point the sand grains vibrate off the surface and become mute once again.
Take the stairs instead of the lift, go bowling instead of to the cinema, or use a push mower instead of a power mower.