slogging is slog's Present Participle

slog

US [slɑɡ]
UK [slɒɡ]
  • v.埋头苦干;坚持不懈地做;顽强地走;奋力前行
  • n.一段时间的艰苦工作(或努力)
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Past Tense:slogged  Simple Present:slogs  Present Participle:slogging  
slogging
v.
1.
[i][t]
埋头苦干;坚持不懈地做to work hard and steadily at sth, especially sth that takes a long time and is boring or difficult
He's been slogging away at that piece of music for weeks.
他苦练那段乐曲已有好几个星期了。
The teacher made us slog through long lists of vocabulary.
老师让我们下苦功记住一些长长的词汇表。
She slogged her way through four piles of ironing.
她辛辛苦苦一连熨了四堆衣服。
2.
[i][t]
顽强地走;奋力前行;艰难行进to walk or travel somewhere steadily, with great effort or difficulty
I've been slogging around the streets of London all day.
整整一天,我一直在伦敦街头走来走去。
He started to slog his way through the undergrowth.
他踏上了穿越林莽的艰难征程。
3.
[t][i]
~ (sth) (+ adv./prep.)
猛击,笨拙地猛击(球)to hit a ball very hard but often without skill
IDM
slog it out
(informal)
决出胜负;决一雌雄to fight or compete in order to prove who is the strongest, the best, etc.
n.
1.
[u][c][ususing]
一段时间的艰苦工作(或努力)a period of hard work or effort
Writing the book took ten months of hard slog.
这本书是苦熬十个月写出来的。
It was a long slog to the top of the mountain.
到山顶的路漫长而艰难。

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