Synonyms of slog in English:


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1‘they were slogging away to meet a deadline’

work hard, toil, labour, work one's fingers to the bone, work like a dog, work like a Trojan, work day and night, exert oneself, keep at it, keep one's nose to the grindstone, grind, slave, grub, plough, plod, peg
informal slog away, plug, put one's back into something, work one's guts out, work one's socks off, knock oneself out, sweat blood, kill oneself
British informal graft, fag
Australian, New Zealand informal bullock
British vulgar slang work one's arse off, work one's balls off, work one's nuts off
North American vulgar slang work one's ass off, work one's butt off
archaic drudge, travail, moil

skive, take it easy

2‘the three of them slogged around the streets of the capital in the July heat’

trudge, tramp, traipse, toil, plod, trek, footslog, drag oneself
British informal trog, yomp
North American informal schlep


1‘writing the book took 10 months' hard slog’

hard work, toil, toiling, labour, struggle, effort, exertion, grind, blood, sweat, and tears, drudgery
Herculean task
informal sweat, elbow grease
British informal graft
Australian, New Zealand informal yakka, hard yakka
archaic travail, moil

leisure, relaxation

2‘a steady uphill slog’

trudge, tramp, traipse, plod, trek, footslog
Scottish, Irish traik
British informal trog, yomp
North American informal schlep