plod

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To trudge over or through
A slow or labored walk or other motion or activity

We started at a brisk walk and ended at a plod.

a police officer, especially a low-ranking one
To walk or move slowly and heavily or laboriously (+ on, through, over)
the police, police officers
{v} to toil, drudge, labor, study closely
To walk or move slowly and heavily or laboriously
If someone plods, they walk slowly and heavily. Crowds of French and British families plodded around in yellow plastic macs
To travel slowly but steadily; to trudge
walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud; "Mules plodded in a circle around a grindstone"
{f} walk laboriously, walk heavily, trudge; work hard, persist in a task
If you say that someone plods on or plods along with a job, you mean that the job is taking a long time. He is plodding on with negotiations Aircraft production continued to plod along at an agonizingly slow pace. to walk along slowly, especially when this is difficult plod through/up/across etc (From the sound or the action)
{i} slow walk, labored walk
To toil; to drudge; especially, to study laboriously and patiently
To walk on slowly or heavily
plastic plod
a Police community support officer, a PCSO
plastic plod
Police community support officers, PCSOs
PC Plod
A policeman (implying that he is dull and slow)
plodder
A person who works slowly, making a great effort with little result
plodder
One who plods
plodder
{n} a dull or heavy, but laborious person
plodding
{n} close drudgery or study, hard labor
plodded
past of plod
plodder
someone who moves slowly; "in England they call a slowpoke a slowcoach"
plodder
disapproval If you say that someone is a plodder, you have a low opinion of them because they work slowly and steadily but without showing enthusiasm or having new ideas. He was quiet, conscientious, a bit of a plodder
plodder
someone who works slowly and monotonously for long hours
plodder
someone who walks in a laborious heavy-footed manner
plodder
someone who moves slowly; "in England they call a slowpoke a slowcoach" someone who works slowly and monotonously for long hours
plodder
One who plods; a drudge
plodder
{i} methodical person, diligent person; one who works slowly
plodders
plural of plodder
plodding
(of movement) slow and laborious; "leaden steps"
plodding
present participle of plod
plodding
hard monotonous routine work
plodding
the act of walking with a slow heavy gait
plodding
Progressing slowly and laboriously
plodding
Progressing in a slow, toilsome manner; characterized by laborious diligence; as, a plodding peddler; a plodding student; a man of plodding habits
plodding
slow or thorough and not exciting
ploddingly
in a plodding manner; "this writer ploddingly accumulates detail after detail
ploddingly
working slowly and methodically, working diligently
plods
third-person singular of plod
plod
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