Hindi translation of 'plod'
plod /plɒd प्लॉड्/
Word forms: plods, plodding, plodded
1. intransitive verb
If someone plods somewhere, they walk there slowly and heavily.
थके कदमों से चलना
The horse plodded along, half asleep.
2. intransitive verb
If you plod on with a job, you keep on doing it, without worrying about how fast you are progressing.
काम करते जाना
I am happy, plodding on with my life.
Production continued to plod along at a painfully slow pace.
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Example Sentences Including 'plod'
To arrive at their new position, they had to plod for miles through a communication trench.Dreams of Innocence
The car dumped in the pound after Johnson and the local plod and half the kids in Sussex had swanned all over it.Death and Transfiguration
Whatever perils lay ahead, it seemed better to float down the broad tide of Anduin to meet them than to plod forward with bent backs.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
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'plod' in Other Languages
- Brazilian Portuguese: caminhar pesadamente
- Chinese: 缓慢沉重地走
- European Spanish: caminar con paso pesado
- French: avancer péniblement
- German: trotten
- Italian: camminare a fatica
- Japanese: 重い足取りで歩く
- Korean: 터벅터벅 걷다
- Portuguese: caminhar pesadamente
- Spanish: caminar con paso pesado
Translation of plod from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary