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slog
British English: /slɒɡ/
American English: /slɑɡ/

Translation of slog in Italian:

noun

[informal]
  • 1 (hard work) See examples:a hard slog
    una sgobbata o un lavoraccio
    it was a real slog
    è stata proprio una sfacchinata
    it's a long, hard slog to the village
    bisogna fare una bella scarpinata per raggiungere il paese
    setting the economy right will be a long hard slog
    ristabilire l'economia sarà una faticaccia
  • 2 [informal] (hard stroke)
    colpo (masculine) violento
    to have o take a slog at the ball
    tirare una gran botta alla palla

transitive verb forma in -ing ecc. -gg-

  • 1 (hit hard)
    colpire violentemente
    (opponent)
    tirare una botta a
    (ball)
    to slog it out
    prendersi a pugni o scazzottarsi
  • 2 (progress with difficulty) See examples:to slog one's way through
    farsi strada a fatica attraverso
    to slog one's way towards
    aprirsi a fatica una strada verso

intransitive verb forma in -ing ecc. -gg-

  • 2 (progress with difficulty) See examples:we slogged up, down the hill
    ci siamo inerpicati su, trascinati giù per la collina
  • 3 (hit hard) See examples:to slog at
    colpire violentemente
    (person)
    tirare una botta a
    (ball)

Phrasal verbs

slog away

lavorare sodo
at a, su

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