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plodverb [I always + adv/prep]

 us   /plɑd/ (-dd-)

plod verb [I always + adv/prep] (WALK)

to walk taking slow steps as if your feet are heavy: Danny plodded through the store behind his wife.

plod verb [I always + adv/prep] (WORK)

to work or do something slowly and continuously in a tiring or boring way: I sat at my desk, plodded ahead doggedly, and finished the paper before noon.
plodding
adjective  us   /ˈplɑd·ɪŋ/
I’ll try not to bore you with a lot of plodding details.
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