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trudge

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verb \ˈtrəj\

Definition of trudge

trudged

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trudging

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  to walk or march steadily and usually laboriously <trudged through deep snow>

  3. transitive verb
  4. :  to trudge along or over

trudger

noun

Examples of trudge in a sentence

  1. I was trudging through the snow.

  2. She trudged up the hill.

Origin and Etymology of trudge

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1547


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trudge

noun

Definition of trudge

  1. :  a long tiring walk :  tramp

Examples of trudge in a sentence

  1. a trudge across the snow

1835

First Known Use of trudge

1835


TRUDGE Defined for English Language Learners

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trudge

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verb \ˈtrəj\

Definition of trudge for English Language Learners

  • : to walk slowly and heavily because you are tired or working very hard


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trudge

noun

Definition of trudge for English Language Learners

  • : a long, slow walk that makes you tired


TRUDGE Defined for Kids

trudge

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verb \ˈtrəj\

Definition of trudge for Students

trudged

trudging

  1. :  to walk or march steadily and usually with much effort <She trudged through the snow.>



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