Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Wade"

The meaning of "Wade" in various phrases and sentences

Q: wade in & wade into & wade through ne anlama geliyor?
A: This is a general problem with IN vs INTO, sometimes it doesn't matter, sometimes it does.

In general "INTO" is talking about the moment of entering the water, "IN" is talking about the state of being in the water.

I saw HDGD wade INTO the pond. He was IN the water for an hour.

(Or another example say a CAR - get INTO the car, then you will be IN the car).


THROUGH is talking about passing through the water.
It took HDGD an hour to wade through the pond (it was a big pond).


By the way, WATER is the most obvious use of WADE but you can also use it metaphorically like this:

Can you help me wade through all these documents?
-> Sure, maybe we can wade into them tomorrow morning.
Q: to wade ne anlama geliyor?
A: "to wade" means to walk through something that takes a lot of work to do so.

usually means you are walking through water that has a lot of stones or grass, so it makes it difficult to walk normally.
Q: wading through ne anlama geliyor?
A: Struggling to walk through something, Like walking through a swimming pool is hard.
Q: wade deeper ne anlama geliyor?
A: Wade means to walk in water that is shallow enough so that you can walk. Wade deeper means to wade into deeper water. Sometimes this phrase is used figuratively, not literally.
Q: to wade in ne anlama geliyor?
A: It basically means to walk or plow through.

For example, a 'wading pool' is a very shallow pool or manmade pond for children that you walk in (instead of swim) and the maximum height is about 0.75 m (or about 2.5 ft).

As another example, if you 'wade' through documents, it's like walking or plowing through them (i.e. light browsing, studying, trawling, etc.)

Example sentences using "Wade"

Q: wade through ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: I had to wade through 600 pages of my textbook, just to find the answer.
Q: wade through ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: "I like to wade through the water at the beach."

"Ugh, let's wade through this mud quickly."

It can also be used metaphorically to mean do a lot of something difficult.

"I've got to wade through all this paperwork..."

Synonyms of "Wade" and their differences

Q: wade ve walk arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Wading is walking through liquid
Q: wade ve ford arasındaki fark nedir?
A: "To ford" (a river or stream etc) means to cross at a shallow place.

"To wade" means to generally walk through water, not necessarily to cross a river or stream. For example you could wade in to some water to retrieve a ball, or to go fishing, or to search for animals.

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