- walk doggedly and slowly with heavy steps；work slowly and perseveringly at a dull task
- a slow, heavy walk
verb: plod, 3rd person present: plods, gerund or present participle: plodding, past tense: plodded, past participle: plodded
- 1. walk doggedly and slowly with heavy steps:
we plodded back up the hill
talks on a new constitution have plodded on
- 2. work slowly and perseveringly at a dull task:
we were plodding through a textbook
- 1. a slow, heavy walk:
he settled down to a steady plod
...牠中途停了下來，打算睡個午覺，以示牠對烏龜的不削。 The tortoise plodded on and plodded on, and when the hare awoke from his nap, he...
From today, the National Flag will be flown at half mast for three days to lament flood victims. Two exhausted mules are plodding in a circle around a grindstone.