1to enter a discussion, argument etc in a forceful and annoying way, often without thinking about the possible results:
I wish you wouldn't always wade in with your opinion.
2to move forward and attack someone:
The police waded into the crowd swinging sticks.
wade through something
to read or deal with a lot of boring papers or written work:
Each day Parkin wades through lengthy court reports.
WORD FOCUS: walk WORD FOCUS: walk strollin a relaxed way for pleasure wanderwith no aim or direction stridein a confident or angry way marchsoldiers hikefor long distances in the countryside or the mountains tiptoevery quietly wadethrough water staggerin an unsteady way because you are drunk or injured limpwith difficulty because one leg is painful or injuredwalk ➔ See alsowalk
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.