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trudge

verb [I usually + adv/prep] uk   us   /trʌdʒ/
C2 to walk slowly with a lot of effort, especially over a difficult surface or while carrying something heavy: We trudged back up the hill. I'd had to trudge through the snow.
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trudge

noun [S] uk   us   /trʌdʒ/
a long walk that makes you feel very tired: We came back from our trudge across the moor wet and tired.
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