- (groove) to be in a rutI changed jobs because I felt I was in a rutit's very easy to get into a rutcambié de trabajo porque me di cuenta de que me estaba anquilosandoyou need to get out of your rutes muy fácil estancarse en la rutina or volverse rutinariotienes que salir de esa rutina sofocanteExample sentences
- This resulted in deep ruts and heavy vehicle tyre tracks leaving it looking like a ploughed field.
- Trees have been removed and deep wheel ruts can be seen among the overgrown weeds.
- It was winter and the delta was full when they found themselves on the notorious Swamp Road, a 25 km sticky, muddy and unpredictable mess of tracks and axle deep ruts.
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