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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbackhoeback‧hoe /ˈbækhəʊ $ -hoʊ/ noun [countable] American English  TTRTEMa large digging machine used for making roads etc
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backhoeDeputy Chief Larry Wendt said a backhoe will partially dig the graves and the inmates will finish them.A backhoe dug down to the damaged culvert in the bottom while a crew assembled another culvert up on top.Paleoseismology, as the new field is called, is science by backhoe.It was the hoist for the backhoe.It was thirty-five below, he had to jump-start the backhoe.
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