Definitions for "Shovel"
Keywords:  dig, scoop, excavating, spade, coal
An implement consisting of a broad scoop, or more or less hollow blade, with a handle, used for lifting and throwing earth, coal, grain, or other loose substances.
To take up and throw with a shovel; as, to shovel earth into a heap, or into a cart, or out of a pit.
Archaeologists generally use curved spades for shovel tests and flat shovels for skim shoveling excavation units.
an understatement he looks like he fell off a cliff got run over by a bus and then sexually violoated by a mountain goat
Keywords:  jil, korean, sap
a sap-jil in Korean)
Keywords:  upward, snowboard, widest, tip, curved
From the widest point of the front section of the ski, known as the shoulder, to the ski tip.
The lifted or upward curved sections of a snowboard at the tip and tail.
A flat bladed implement with sides curved upwards slightly. It can be used for spreading material by hand, especially top-dressing.
Keywords:  thumb, cubic, yard, liters, meter
an informal unit of volume. In U.S. building trades, a common rule of thumb is that a cubic yard contains about 150 standard (no. 2) shovels of material. This means that a shovel contains about 5 liters and a cubic meter is about 200 shovels.
a required piece of equipment anytime your on Forest service managed lands
To dream of using a shovel is a sign of added responsibilities.
Keywords:  friend, best, young, player
a young player's best friend
Keywords:  quantity, hold
the quantity a shovel can hold
Keywords:  gather
To gather up as with a shovel.