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trekking is trek's Present Participle

trek

US [trek]
UK [trek]
  • v.徒步旅行;(尤指徒步)长途跋涉
  • n.长途跋涉;远距离行走
  • Web健行;登山越野车;登山健行
Past Tense:trekked  Simple Present:treks  Present Participle:trekking  
trekking
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n.
1.
长途跋涉,艰难的旅程(尤指在山区)a long, hard walk lasting several days or weeks, especially in the mountains
2.
(informal)
远距离行走a long walk
It's a long trek into town.
到商业区去要走很长的路。
v.
1.
[i]
(informal)
(+ adv./prep.)
(尤指徒步)长途跋涉to make a long or difficult journey, especially on foot
I hate having to trek up that hill with all the groceries.
我很不愿意得带着这么多吃用杂物爬上那个山头。
2.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
(尤指在山中)远足,徒步旅行to spend time walking, especially in mountains and for enjoyment and interest
We went trekking in Nepal.
我们去尼泊尔徒步旅行。
During the expedition, they trekked ten to thirteen hours a day.
在探险期间,他们每天都要走十到十三个小时。

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