What is the Meaning of LIMP ALONG?
progress slowly, or with difficulty, and not at full capacity
(Tip: The meaning of limp is to walk with difficulty because of a damaged or stiff leg or foot.)
1. I need to find a better job. My family has spent 4 years limping along struggling to pay the bills. We can’t continue like this.
2. I limped along for years trying to finish my degree because I had a family to support and I needed to work. I took a course here and there, studying part-time. Finally, I just decided I had to buckle down and finish. I took out a loan and went back to university full-time.
|present –||LIMP ALONG|
|present participle –||LIMPING ALONG|
|past –||LIMPED ALONG|
|past participle –||LIMPED ALONG|