Plow through (Englisch) — 1. Figurative; To work through/on something with determination. She plowed through that project. It took her the whole night though.
2. Literal; To move through something such as snow or mud with a plow. Ships and aircraft can be said to plow through, or ply the water (efficiently moving through their mediums). To effectively furrow a field (farming).
"Plow through" in lyrics
The life-carousel rocks us drunkenly
And leaves us soberly at a noisy market.
We fly carelessly though time of youth,
We plow through age mature, regular.
The years severely tick-tock-
Until portioned and paid up and stumbling we stand,