Slog meaning

slŏg
To walk or progress with a slow heavy pace; plod.

Slog across the swamp; slogged through both volumes.

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To work diligently for long hours.

Slogged away at Latin.

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To make (one's way) with a slow heavy pace against resistance.
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To strike with heavy blows.
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A long exhausting march or hike.

A slog through miles of jungle.

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A long session of hard work.

An 18-hour slog in the hay fields.

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To hit hard; slug.
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To make (one's way) with great effort; plod.
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To work hard (at something); toil.

Slogging away at her work.

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Hard work done persistently.
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An arduous, lengthy, and, sometimes, boring trip, effort, or task.

A slog through deep snow.

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(chiefly UK and Canada) A long, tedious walk, or session of work.
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(cricket) An aggressive shot played with little skill.
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To walk slowly, encountering resistance.
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(by extension) To work slowly and deliberately (overcoming significant boredom).
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To strike something with a heavy blow, especially a ball with a bat.
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Origin of slog

  • Perhaps alteration of slug
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Probably a variation of slug.
    From Wiktionary