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wade / caminar por el agua/la nieve/el barro {etc}
wade   [weɪd]
A. -intransitive verb
1. also wade along   caminar (por el agua/la nieve/el barro etcetera)
·to wade [across] a river
·vadear un río
·to wade [ashore]
·llegar a tierra vadeando
·to wade [through] the water/snow
·caminar por el agua/la nieve
·to wade [through] the mud
·caminar por el barro
·to wade through a book
leer(se) un libro con dificultad por lo aburrido/lo difícil que es
·it took me an hour to wade through your essay
·tardé una hora en leer tu ensayo
2. ·to wade [into] somebody
(physically)   abalanzarse sobre somebody, someone   (figurative)   emprenderla con somebody, someone,   arremeter contra somebody, someone
·to wade into a meal
·ponerse a comer
B. -transitive verb
[+river]   vadear
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