Definition of slogger in English:

slogger

Translate slogger into Spanish

noun

See slog

‘They're the sprinters, he says, whereas malamutes are sloggers, which were used in days of yore for hauling heavy freight.’
  • ‘Yet while Bronson was a slogger, he was also ambitious.’
  • ‘Dyson piled up the points, criticising a culture that celebrates the effortlessly brilliant rather than the determined slogger.’
  • ‘Andrew's argument about it not being only for the sloggers is slightly skewed.’
  • ‘Gore, on the other hand, is a drone, a slogger, a guy who just doesn't understand how the new, entrepreneurial, highly liquid, exit-strategy economy works.’
  • ‘Now the slogger was off to Hollywood, and the most gifted footballer of his generation was heading for the Priory, trapped in a tabloid hell.’
  • ‘Iron feinted with one hand and struck with the other; a simple ploy even for a slogger of a boxer out of work for some years.’

Pronunciation

slogger

/ˈsläɡər/ /ˈslɑɡər/