- vt. & vi. 跋涉，吃力地走 walk wearily or heavily
- [S]跋涉，长途疲劳的步行 long tiring walk
a long difficult walk
walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud;
"Mules plodded in a circle around a grindstone"
- The old man trudged home through the deep snow.
- He trudge three hour in the snow to get back home.
- It was a long trudge up the hill.
- He trudged wearily along the path.
- She trudged the last three miles to the town.
- She got up early for a long trudge home.
He would..begin the long trudge back.出自： A. Brookner
Give me your arm, we'll trudge it.出自： T. S. Surr
He..trudged out of the room with heavy steps.出自： J. G. Farrell
The very thought of..trudging around in the snow is hell.出自： G. Tindall