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to trudge up/down/along {etc} exp.
subir/bajar/caminar {etc} penosamente

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trudge

  
a       n   caminata    f   (difícil, larga, penosa)
b       vt   recorrer a pie (penosamente)  
we trudged the streets looking for him      nos cansamos buscándole por las calles  
c       vi  
to trudge up/down/along etc      subir/bajar/caminar etc penosamente  
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true, trug, trundle, truce

"to trudge up|down|along {etc}": examples and translations in context
Best of all, it's on the ground floor, so you won't have to trudge up any staircases at the end of a long night out. Lo mejor de todo, está en la planta baja, así que usted no tendrá que subir ningunas escaleras en el final de una larga noche de paseo.
It is not right that we should have to trudge up on foot or argue the toss with officials of Parliament who refuse us access to the lifts. Es increíble que tengamos que subir a pie por las escaleras o entablar una discusión con los funcionarios de este Parlamento que se niegan a dejarnos tomar el ascensor.
Sometimes we are called to trudge through deep snow. En ocasiones se los llama a andar penosamente por la nieve profunda.
Took us an hour to trudge here. Tardamos una hora en llegar hasta aquí.
You know, trudging? To trudge? Usted sabe, caminando? de caminar
Japan's ability to trudge on in the face of huge adversity is admirable, but the risks of crisis ahead are surely greater than bond markets seem to recognize. La habilidad de Japón para continuar ante una gran adversidad es admirable, pero los riesgos de crisis por delante son sin duda mayores que lo que parecen reconocer los mercados de bonos.
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