Translation of slog in Spanish:
noun no plural[colloquial]
- 1 (struggle, toil) it was a long slog up the hillsubir la cuesta fue un gran esfuerzo or nos ( or les etc) costó muchowe've got a long slog ahead of ustenemos un largo y arduo camino por delanteExample sentences
- ‘It's hard, work, a hard slog and I wish you the best of luck,’ said Mr Miller.
- I'm working with you everyday to get those chubby legs of yours to assume more responsibility, but this is a hard slog as your are so very stubborn.
- ‘It is marvellous to see something like this coming together after so many years of a hard slog,’ she said.
- 2 (blow) he gave the ball a hard slogbateó ( or pateó etc) la pelota con fuerzaExample sentences
- Bichel went to tea on 45 not out with a series of arrow-straight slogs, and brought up his maiden Test fifty straight after tea with a driven single off Banks.
- I've got past my horrendous slog in the first innings, so we'll be trying hard.
- A couple of slogs by Sami then happened and he was caught plumb in front by Kumble.
intransitive verb -gg-
- caminar trabajosamentewe slogged up the hillsubimos la colina con dificultad or con gran esfuerzoExample sentences
- You could be sitting there in absolutely untenable conditions, in water that is filled with disease and germs for months to come, walking through it, slogging through it.
- You're slogging through the mud every step of the way.
- With difficulty, he slogged toward the door we entered from.
transitive verb -gg-
- to slog it out(fight to the end) luchar hasta el final(fight) pelear a puñetazosthey were slogging it out on the streetestaban peleando a puñetazos en la callethey're slogging it out for control of the marketestán luchando todo lo que pueden por conseguir el control del mercadoExample sentences
- His company makes the rival whiskey which slogs it out for the hearts of the southern drinker.
- At least the diary section of the site is still a good laugh, where you can read about Lucy slogging it out in crap clubs in Stockport and Dundee in an effort to place her single this week.
- I'm sure they were slogging it out like we were at around the same time.
sudar tinta [colloquial]
trabajar duro (esp Latin America)
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