[ truhj-uhn ]
/ ˈtrʌdʒ ən /
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a stroke in which a double overarm motion and a scissors kick are used.
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Also called trudgen stroke .
Origin of trudgen
1890–95; named after John Trudgen (1852–1902), British swimmer
Words nearby trudgen
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Example sentences from the Web for trudgen
He changed from breast to over-arm stroke, then he shifted to the crawl and trudgen stroke.The Cruise of the Dry Dock|T. S. Stribling
British Dictionary definitions for trudgen
/ (ˈtrʌdʒən) /
a type of swimming stroke that uses overarm action, as in the crawl, and a scissors kick
Word Origin for trudgen
C19: named after John Trudgen, English swimmer, who introduced it
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