trudge / trəj/ • v. [intr.] walk slowly and with heavy steps, typically because of exhaustion or harsh conditions: I trudged up the stairs she trudged through blinding snow. • n. a difficult or laborious walk: he began the long trudge back. DERIVATIVES: trudg·er n.
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