wade across(redirected from wade across something)
To travel on foot across (something or some place) with one's feet submerged in water or some other liquid. We'll have to wade across this muddy marsh if we want to reach the road anytime soon. There was no bridge over the stream, so I had no choice but to wade across.
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wade across something
to walk across something covered by water. Let's wade across the stream at this point. If I wade across it, I will get wet.
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