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plod

  

      vb   , plods, plodding, plodded  
1    to make (one's way) or walk along (a path, road, etc.) with heavy usually slow steps  
2    intr   to work slowly and perseveringly  
      n  
3    the act of plodding  
4    the sound of slow heavy steps  
5      (Brit)  
slang   a policeman  
     (C16: of imitative origin)  
  plodder      n  
  plodding      adj  
  ploddingly      adv  
  ploddingness      n  
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plod

  
1    clump, drag, lumber, slog, stomp     (informal)   tramp, tread, trudge  
2    drudge, grind     (informal)   grub, labour, peg away, persevere, plough through, plug away     (informal)   slog, soldier on, toil  

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PLO, plodge, pod, plodder

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