Idiom: wade through (something)
— We’ve got to wade through 650 job applications we received for the program manager position.
— I had to wade through all of my photo albums to find a good photo of my grandfather for his 95th birthday celebration.
— My boss wants me to wade through all of these reports by the end of the week.
— My students complain about taking exams but we have to wade through hundreds of them during the holidays to report grades by the end of the year.
— My friends were right in front of the stage at the concert and I tried to join them but I couldn’t wade through all the people.
— The National Guard waded through the debris after the hurricane looking for survivors.
— Do not try to wade through the water during flooding. You could get swept away by the current!
— My mom wanted to leave the game 15 minutes before it ended so we wouldn't have to wade through the crowd but we refused to leave early.
— After the flash flood we had to wade through waist high water to get to the safety boat.
— What happened to you? You look like you had to wade through a swamp to get here!
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