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  • wade through — ˈwade through [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they wade through he/she/it wades through present participle wading through past tense waded through …   Useful english dictionary

  • wade through — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms wade through : present tense I/you/we/they wade through he/she/it wades through present participle wading through past tense waded through past participle waded through wade through something to read or deal… …   English dictionary

  • wade through — {v. phr.} To read through something long and laborious. * /It took John six months to wade through Tolstoy s War and Peace in the original Russian./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • wade through — {v. phr.} To read through something long and laborious. * /It took John six months to wade through Tolstoy s War and Peace in the original Russian./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • wade\ through — v. phr. To read through something long and laborious. It took John six months to wade through Tolstoy s War and Peace in the original Russian …   Словарь американских идиом

  • wade through — verb To do a boring, repetitive research task. This synopsis saves me having to wade through a pile of text books …   Wiktionary

  • wade through — read laboriously through (a long piece of writing). → wade …   English new terms dictionary

  • wade through — Synonyms and related words: bone, con, contemplate, dig, drill, drudge, elucubrate, examine, fag, go over, grind, grub, hammer, hammer away, lucubrate, moil, peg, peg away, peruse, plod, plug, plug along, plug away, plunge into, pore over, pound… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • wade through — pave the way with a required effort, advance in an awkward manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • wade through (something) — 1. to read detailed or complicated information. We don t have enough staff to wade through the data. If you can wade through the ads, there s useful information here about the history of the Internet. 2. to move through a large group. We waded… …   New idioms dictionary

  • wade through something — ˌwade ˈthrough sth derived no passive to deal with or read sth that is boring and takes a lot of time • I spent the whole day wading through the paperwork on my desk. Main entry: ↑wadederived …   Useful english dictionary

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