- 1worm your way + adv./prep. to use a twisting and turning movement, especially to move through a narrow or crowded place She wormed her way through the crowd to the reception desk.
- 2worm something to give an animal medicine that makes worms pass out of its body in the faeces Word Origin Old English wyrm (noun), of Germanic origin; related to Latin vermis
BrE BrE//wɜːm//; NAmE NAmE//wɜːrm//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they worm
BrE BrE//wɜːm//; NAmE NAmE//wɜːrm//he / she / it worms
BrE BrE//wɜːmz//; NAmE NAmE//wɜːrmz//past simple wormed
BrE BrE//wɜːmd//; NAmE NAmE//wɜːrmd//past participle wormed
BrE BrE//wɜːmd//; NAmE NAmE//wɜːrmd//-ing form worming
BrE BrE//ˈwɜːmɪŋ//; NAmE NAmE//ˈwɜːrmɪŋ//