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wade /weid/
  • danh từ
    • sự lội, sự lội qua
    • nội động từ
      • lội, lội qua
        • to wade through the mud: lội bùn
        • to wade across a stream: lội qua suối
      • (nghĩa bóng) làm (việc gì) một cách khó nhọc, làm một cách vất vả
        • to wade through a dull book: vất vả mãi mới đọc hết được quyển sách tẻ nhạt
    • ngoại động từ
      • lội qua
      • to wade in
        • can thiệp vào
      • tấn công dữ dội
      • hăng hái bắt tay vào (việc gì)
      • to wade into
        • công kích kịch liệt
    Concise Dictionary
    +English tennis player who won may women's singles titles (born in 1945)
    +walk (through relatively shallow water)
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 ford, cross, traverse, walk, make one's way:
    The water is only knee-deep, and you can wade across.
    2 paddle, play, splash:
    There is a shallow pool where the little children can wade.
    3 wade in or into.
    (a) enter, get in (or into), join (in):
    When the fight began, Patrick waded in with arms flailing.
    (b) attack, approach, get or set to work, plunge or dive into:
    I have to wade into an enormous pile of mail that accumulated while I was away.
    4 wade through. plough through, work (one's) way through, hammer or pound away at, plod through, peg away at:
    You really have to wade through that entire book to write your report.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + verb
    1 [usually +adv./prep.] to walk with an effort through sth, especially water or mud: [V] He waded into the water to push the boat out. + Sometimes they had to wade waist-deep through mud. + They waded the river at a shallow point.
    2 [V] (AmE) = PADDLE
    Phrasal Verbs: wade in
    wade into sth (informal) to enter a fight, a discussion or an argument in a forceful or not very sensitive way: The police waded into the crowd with batons. + You shouldn't have waded in with all those unpleasant accusations.
    wade into sb (informal) to attack sb with words in a forceful angry way: She waded into him as soon as he got home.
    wade through sth [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.
    Collocation Dictionary


    The men waded ashore.
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    across, in, into, through
    We waded across the stream.


    wade knee-deep/waist-deep
    Rescuers had to wade waist-deep in flood water.

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