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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