- adj. construction, not comparable Designed to move large quantities of earth or rubble for civil engineering or building purposes.
- adj. figuratively, comparable Of great significance.
- earth + moving (Wiktionary)
“The Guihulngan mayor, Ernesto Reyes, said crews were using earthmoving equipment in the search for casualties.”
“Rapid expansion of public infrastructure and urbanization there are driving demand for bulldozers, excavators and other earthmoving equipment.”
“It is also the first time Bridgestone has produced these types of tires, typically found on earthmoving equipment, outside of Japan.”
“This just in: caterpillar — the maker of earthmoving equipment, including bulldozers and monster mining trucks — reported first-quarter profits of 55 cents a share, up from a loss of 19 cents a year earlier.”
“More digging was needed, but most of the earthmoving machines had already been shifted out of the canyon.”
“As early as 1905 the Reclamation Bureau relied on electricity to power earthmoving equipment on its Gunnison Tunnel in western Colorado, keeping diesel trucks on hand only as temporary backups in case a power line went down.”
“In the meantime enjoy the little lighthearted things — we can get back to talking about heavy, earthmoving things when I feel up to it.”
“He radioed de Roon and told him to bring jacks and any earthmoving equipment he could get his hands on.”
“The new construction site glowed dull orange, the earthmoving machines resting quietly in their foundation pits.”
“The claws and earthmoving scoops around her were tools for attacking nature, not maintaining the city.”
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