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Meaning of “wallow” - Learner’s Dictionary

wallow

verb [I]     /ˈwɒləʊ/
EMOTION
to allow yourself to feel too much sadness in a way that stops people respecting you: There's no use wallowing in self-pity.Taking pleasure in something
LIE AROUND
to lie or move around in soil or water, especially for pleasureAnimal (non-human) behaviourMovement on or through water
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