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Oxford dictionary definition of the word trek:
1a long arduous journey, especially one made on foot:
a trek to the South Pole
(the Trek) South Africansee Great Trek.
South African a leg or stage of a journey.
2 [mass noun] South African informal a person’s possessions:
I was at the new flat waiting for my trek to arrive
3South African a haul of fish caught using a trek net.
verb (treks, trekking, trekked)
1 [no object, with adverbial of direction] go on a long arduous journey, typically on foot:
we trekked through the jungle
South African travel constantly from place to place:
my plan is to trek about seeing the world
historical, chiefly South African migrate or journey with one’s belongings by ox wagon.
[no object, usually in imperative] South African (of an ox) draw a vehicle or pull a load:
‘Trek!’ he shouted, and we were off
2 [no object] South African fish using a trek net:
many licences are given to men who trek for sport rather than professional fishermen
mid 19th century: from South African Dutch trek (noun), trekken (verb) ‘pull, travel’