Definition of 'trudge'
Example sentences containing 'trudge'
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We all trudged back to the pub. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Five times he has trudged away with that horrible, sinking feeling of defeat. The Sun (2017)Together they trudged away from the compound. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This was the third time in three years they have trudged back south pointless. The Sun (2012)There were no fireworks or opera singers as the players trudged off. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now they were trudging home again with their meagre earnings and a bag of rice. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They turned and trudged back to the car and warmed themselves. Christianity Today (2000)That made the gruelling trudge back towards base camp all the harder to bear. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Or they trudged miles to work. The Sun (2015)Many of both groups have joined or will join the trudge back to mum and dad when their student days are over. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The long trudge goalwards, the much quicker or much slower return. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The Wimbledon crowd was given a desultory wave by their hero as he trudged away. The Sun (2009)With play suspended on the outside courts, fans were forced to trudge off home. The Sun (2011)He tore off his vest as he trudged angrily away, left. The Sun (2011)So, with another oath he turned and trudged back the way he had come. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The 36 disappointed people trudged away. Times, Sunday Times (2012)As the players trudged off after 90 gladiatorial minutes, there was more drama. Times, Sunday Times (2011)After the recriminations, the England team could only trudge back home in comprehensive defeat for the second time this year. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All with the cheerful smile of women who know they don't have to trudge off to work on Monday morning to pay the bills. The Sun (2006)She merely lowered her head and trudged away, feeling eyes on the back of her head, listening to the sound of creaking wheels slowly diminish behind her. A Plague of Angels (1993)
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Translations for 'trudge'
British English: trudge VERB
If you trudge somewhere, you walk there slowly and with heavy steps, especially because you are tired or unhappy.
We had to trudge up the track back to the station.
- American English: trudge
- Brazilian Portuguese: andar com dificuldade
- Chinese: 步履艰难地走
- European Spanish: caminar penosamente
- French: se traîner
- German: sich dahinschleppen
- Italian: trascinarsi a fatica
- Japanese: のろのろと歩く
- Korean: 터벅터벅 걷다
- European Portuguese: andar com dificuldade
- Spanish: caminar penosamente
Definition of trudge from the Collins English Dictionary
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