Recent Examples of bulldozer from the Web
Another relative sat by in shock, helplessly watching bulldozers removing rubble and searching for more bodies.
The bulldozers arrived in Vila Autódromo, too, reducing most of the favela to rubble.
A heavy equipment operator then used a bulldozer to spread out the smoldering loose cardboard so firefighters could use a foam-water mixture to extinguish the blaze, Muñoz said.
It has been cornered to at least 45% of its original size by the efforts of over 5,000 firefighters, with help from air tankers, helicopters, and bulldozers.
Crews also used bulldozers to provide access to the fire area.
In the mid-1960s, a bulldozer operator in Rocky Hill uncovered fossilized dinosaur tracks believed to be made by a close relative of the Dilophosaurus.
This week, Hamas bulldozers were already seen breaking ground along the border.
During construction it will be needed for heavy equipment such as bulldozers and cranes, and for as many as eight truck trips per hour from the river to the beach and to El Corazon.
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Definition of bulldozer for English Language Learners
: a powerful and heavy vehicle that has a large curved piece of metal at its front and that is used for moving dirt and rocks and pushing over trees and other structures
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