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trudgeverb [I usually + adv/prep]

uk   /trʌdʒ/  us   /trʌdʒ/
C2 to ​walkslowly with a lot of ​effort, ​especially over a ​difficultsurface or while ​carrying something ​heavy: We trudged back up the ​hill. I'd had to trudge through the ​snow.
Phrasal verbs

trudgenoun [S]

uk   /trʌdʒ/  us   /trʌdʒ/
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trudgeverb [I always + adv/prep]

 us   /trʌdʒ/
to ​walkslowly with a lot of ​effort, esp. on an ​unevensurface or while ​carrying something ​heavy: We had to trudge through ​deepsnow to get to ​school.
trudge
noun [C]  us   /trʌdʒ/
Twelve ​miles over ​rocks and ​hills is a ​long trudge for a ​hiker.
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