What is another word for bulldozer?

Pronunciation: [bˈʊldə͡ʊzə] (IPA)

A bulldozer is a powerful machine that is used for construction, mining, and demolition purposes. However, there are various other synonyms to describe this heavy-duty vehicle. Some of the popular synonyms for bulldozer include tractor, excavator, backhoe, front-end loader, and grader. These synonyms describe similar types of machinery that are designed to perform demanding jobs like earth-moving and levelling. Typically, the choice of naming a bulldozer varies from region to region based on the functionalities and industrial requirements. The bulldozers are considered as the tools to shape the future of our cities and transform the landscapes that we live in, regardless of how they are named.

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Usage examples for Bulldozer

Due south from an abandoned bulldozer.
"Operation Terror"
William Fitzgerald Jenkins
He reached the bulldozer and turned south, and at long last reached the highway.
"Operation Terror"
William Fitzgerald Jenkins
The more the farmers ship, the more money they lose, and so there are times when they plow the cabbage into the fields with a bulldozer.
Nakashima, Tadashi

Famous quotes with Bulldozer

  • My mother gave me a push. If I hadn't had her, maybe I wouldn't have had the push. If I hadn't gone to military school, maybe I wouldn't have decided to get with the program. Maybe I'd be running a bulldozer, rather than going on and doing something more.
    Sam Donaldson
  • You try various things when you're growing up. I was an attache in the Foreign Service for a while and then I drove a bulldozer, but neither of those panned out for me so it had to be stand-up.
    Dylan Moran
  • Say, take Rachel Corrie, local young woman, she was extremely courageous. She's a martyr for peace and justice. We happened to kill her too, even if we don't like to admit it. She was killed by U.S. sent equipment, which is Caterpillar... Absolutely, we're responsible for it. I mean, we didn't drive the bulldozer, but why is it there? What's it doing? Who provides the military, economic, and diplomatic support for destroying the occupied territories?
    Noam Chomsky
  • Cartridge firearms are compact vehicles for change that have shaped modern history. The righteousness of their use is entirely up to their users, since like any other tool they can be used both for good or for ill.  A firearm is just a tool with no volition. A rifle is no different than a claw hammer. To wit: A hammer can be used to build a house, or it can be used to bash in someone’s skull—the choice of uses is entirely up to the owner.  A bulldozer can be used to build roads, or to destroy houses. A rifle can be used to drill holes in paper targets, or to dispatch a marauding bear, or to murder your fellow man. Again, the choice of uses is entirely up to the user.
    James Wesley Rawles

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