- vi.跋涉 vt.涉水,费力行走 n.跋涉,可涉水而过的地方
- The water scarcely reached my waist; the sand was firm and covered with ripple marks and I waded ashore in great spirits leaving the hispaniola on her side with her mainsail trailing wide upon the surface of the bay.
- We can wade shallow rivers but deeper ones we'll have to swim.
- They are having a heated argument. You'd better not wade in.
- He waded in icy streams.
- We went for a wade in the shallows.
- We waded waist-deep into the muddy water.
- We'll wade the stream at the shallowest point.
- We cannot but wade across the river.
- Any of many long-legged birds that wade in water in search of food.
- Ski boot appliacation: raincoat skiing dress sportwear diving dress puptent motor-cycle's and boat's tent wader waterproofbag and all waterproof etc.
- Sometimes they had to wade waist-deep through mud.
- The fish nipped the wader's toe.
- Its roofs and doors were wattled with hissing snakes ejecting poison through which perjurers and murderers were forced to wade by way of punishment.
- This sampler can be used only in streams shallow enough to be waded.
- The most common migrants are the waders of the sandpiper family but they also include other birds ranging in size from herons to shrikes.