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plod
American English: /plɑd/
British English: /plɒd/

Translation of plod in Spanish:

intransitive verb -dd-

  • 1.1 (walk)
    caminar lenta y pesadamente
    dog-tired, he plodded up the steps
    rendido de cansancio, subió pesadamente la escalera
    the film plods along
    la película se hace lentísima
    Example sentences
    • I heard their heavy boots slowly plodding across the hardwood floors to the back stairs that led to his room.
    • I slowly plodded down the steps of bus.
    • She walked all day, plodding down deserted alleyways and running across busy intersections.
    1.2 (work) See examples: she's still plodding away at her thesis
    sigue lidiando or batallando con la tesis
    how's work going? — oh, plodding along
    ¿qué tal el trabajo? — ahí va, tirando or (Latin America except Southern Cone) jalando

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