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wade through

we͡id θɹu


english

1 general:: Phrase(s): wade through something 1. to walk with effort through a substance, such as water, mud, garbage, etc. • The soldiers waded through the mud on the way to battle. • They waded through the mess to get to where they were going. 2. Fig. to struggle through something with difficulty. (Fig. on Q.) • You mean I have to wade through all these applications? • I have to wade through forty term papers in the next two days.

McGrawhill's American Idioms And Phrasal Verbs


معنی کلمه wade through ، معنی اصطلاح wade through ، به wade through چی می گن؟ ، wade through چی می شه؟، واژه wade through ، معادل wade through ، wade through synonym , wade through definition , wade through meaning
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