Lawn mower

machine that uses one or more revolving blades to cut a lawn to an even height.
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A lawn mower (or lawnmower) is a machine that uses blades to cut a lawn. There are different types of lawn mowers. The smallest are pushed by a human, they are good for small lawns and gardens. Ride-on mowers are good for larger lawns. The largest are pulled behind a tractor, they are made for grass at places like golf courses, parks, and even fields. Always wear safety equipment while working with these machines.

A lawnmower.
A lawnmower for football pitches and parks.

A lawn mower functions by spinning either a thin blade or a small piece of cable, to cause lacerations on the stems of grass & other plants.[1] Severing the plant and reducing the height of the plant to a more pleasing appearance.

There are several types of lawn mowers available in the market. Some of the most common types are Push mowers, Self-propelled mowers, Riding mowers, Robotic mowers, Tractor mounted mowers, and Hover mowers.


  1. "How Do Lawn Mowers Work & Cut Grass - Lawn Care Guides". 2022-01-12. Archived from the original on 2022-01-12. Retrieved 2024-02-28.