verb (used without object), plodded, plodding.
to walk heavily or move laboriously; trudge:
to plod under the weight of a burden.
to proceed in a tediously slow manner:
The play just plodded along in the second act.
to work with constant and monotonous perseverance; drudge.
verb (used with object), plodded, plodding.
to walk heavily over or along.
the act or a course of plodding.
a sound of a heavy tread.
verb plods, plodding, plodded
to make (one’s way) or walk along (a path, road, etc) with heavy usually slow steps
(intransitive) to work slowly and perseveringly
the act of plodding
the sound of slow heavy steps
(Brit, slang) a policeman
1560s, of uncertain origin, perhaps imitative of the sound of walking heavily or slowly. Related: Plodded; plodding.
/plɒdʒ/ verb 1. (intransitive) to wade in water, esp the sea noun 2. the act of wading
[plaw-yesht] /plɔˈyɛʃt/ noun 1. a city in S Romania: center of a rich oil-producing region. /Romanian ploˈjeʃtj/ noun 1. a city in SE central Romania: centre of the Romanian petroleum industry. Pop: 204 000 (2005 est)
[ploi-dee] /ˈplɔɪ di/ noun, Biology. 1. the number of homologous chromosome sets present in a cell or organism. ploidy ploi·dy (ploi’dē) n. A multiple of the basic number of chromosomes in a cell.
/plok’t*/ Press Lots Of Keys To Abort. To press random keys in an attempt to get some response from the system. One might plokta when the abort procedure for a program is not known, or when trying to figure out if the system is just sluggish or really hung. Plokta can also be used while […]