slog

[v] - walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud
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Slog

Slog transitive verb & i. [ Confer Slug , transitive verb ] To hit hard, esp. with little attention to aim or the like, as in cricket or boxing; to slug. [ Cant or Slang]
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Slog

• (v. t.) To hit hard, esp. with little attention to aim or the like, as in cricket or boxing; to slug.
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Slog

Slog is slang for hard work.
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Slog

Slog is slang for hard work.
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Slog

[disambiguation] A slog is a type of shot in the game cricket. Slog may also be: ...
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Slog

A slog carries a negative connotation in that it implies power hitting over grace and correct technique. When playing a `Slog`, a batsman is likely to want to score quickly therefore it is likely to be used in a Twenty20, Pro40 or one day match. A slog can also be useful in test cricket if a team has a good lead and needs to declare so it has as.....
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Slog

a powerful shot, usually hit in the air in an attempt to score a six, often without too much concern for proper technique.
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Slog

Unorthodox attacking batting shot, usually played regardless of the merits of the delivery. Also used generally of the closing stages of a one-day innings, where scoring quickly is more important than conserving wickets.
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