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slog
[informal]
British English: /slɒɡ/
American English: /slɑɡ/

Translation of slog in French:

noun

  • 1 (hard work) See examples: a hard slog
    un travail de Romain (informal), un travail dur
    it was a real slog
    c'était vraiment dur
    it's a long, hard slog to the village
    il faut un long effort pour atteindre le village
    setting the economy right will be a long hard slog
    il faudra un long effort pour redresser l'économie
  • 2
    [informal]
    (hard stroke)
    coup (m) violent
    to have ou take a slog at the ball
    taper de toutes ses forces dans la balle

transitive verb p prés etc -gg-

  • 1 (hit hard)
    frapper [quelqu'un] violemment
    (opponent)
    taper de toutes ses forces dans
    (ball)
    to slog it out
    [literal] [figurative]
    se battre
  • 2 (progress with difficulty) See examples: to slog one's way through/towards
    se frayer un chemin à travers/vers

intransitive verb p prés etc -gg-

  • 1 (work hard)
    travailler dur, bosser
    (informal)
  • 2 (progress with difficulty) See examples: we slogged up/down the hill
    nous avons escaladé/descendu la colline avec effort
  • 3 (hit hard)to slog at
    (person)
    taper de toutes ses forces dans
    (ball)

Phrasal verbs

slog away

travailler dur
at sur

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