Italian translation of 'wade'
to wade through (water, mud)
camminare in(long grass, corn)
farsi strada attraverso(figurative, book)
leggere con faticato wade ashore
raggiungere a piedi la rivato wade into sb (figurative)
scagliarsi su qnhe waded in and helped us (figurative)
si rimboccò le maniche e ci aiutò
Example Sentences Including 'wade'
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He also waded into the row over executive pay.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It's a big project then, one that would bring back good numbers of those wading birds.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
It's a magnet for wading birds.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
There are now enormous numbers of wading birds in Britain along our muddy shores.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
She knew - maybe she was a grandma now, but once upon a time she had waded through this same heart of darkness.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
She used to go catching butterflies and wading through streams.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
You need time to wade through it, which is why it may be better for visitors on a long stay and with a wide range of interests.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
But they need time to wade through complex computer files and evidence in many languages.The Sun (2008)
He was incredibly strong, so we would walk day and night in the jungle, climbing hills and wading through rivers.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
It's no wonder we haven't enough on the beat if they are having to spend time and energy wading through this nonsense.The Sun (2009)
One of the government's most senior legal advisers also waded into the row.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Part of the filming involved him wading through a river strapped to a parachute.The Sun (2008)
Thousands of migratory wading birds took wing as the tide filled the Thames Estuary.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
I can remember watching Dad become gleeful the first time we went wade fishing together.Christianity Today (2000)
To get to the road, I had to wade through the river.The Crossing-Place (1993)
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British English: wade VERB
If you wade through something that makes it difficult to walk, usually water or mud, you walk through it.
Rescuers had to wade across a river to reach them.
Translation of wade from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary