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trample
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trample /'træmpl/
  • danh từ
    • sự giậm (chân); tiếng giậm (chân)
      • the trample of heavy feet: tiếng giậm chân nặng nề
    • (nghĩa bóng) sự giẫm nát, sự chà đạp, sự giày xéo
    • động từ
      • giậm chân
      • giẫm đạp, giẫm lên, giẫm nát
        • to trample (down) the flowers: giẫm nát hoa
      • (nghĩa bóng) chà đạp, giày xéo
        • to trample on justice: chà đạp lên công lý
      • to trample on (upon) someone
        • chà đạp khinh rẻ ai
    Concise Dictionary
    tramples|trampled|trampling'træmpl
    noun
    +the sound of heavy treading or stomping
    verb
    +tread or stomp heavily or roughly
    +injure by trampling or as if by trampling
    +walk on and flatten

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 trample on or upon, tramp (on or upon), stamp (on), tread (on), step on, crush, press, squash, flatten, Colloq stomp (on or upon), squish, squush or squoosh:
    After the harvest, we would take turns trampling the grapes.
    2 Often, trample on or upon. violate, damage, harm, hurt, infringe or encroach on, ride roughshod over, set at naught, scorn, contemn, disdain, defy, disregard, ignore, fly in the face of, fling or cast or throw to the winds:
    The military regime trampled on the people's civil rights.
    3 Usually, trample out. trample down, trample underfoot, stamp out, extinguish, put out, destroy, crush, break down:
    The left-wing parties were trampled in a military coup.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + verb
    1 ~ sb/sth (down)
    ~ on / over sth to step heavily on sb/sth so that you crush or harm them/it with your feet: [VN] People were trampled underfoot in the rush for the exit. + He was trampled to death (= killed) by a runaway horse. + The campers had trampled the corn down. + [V] Don't trample on the flowers!
    2 ~ (on / over) sb/sth to ignore sb's feelings or rights and treat them as if they are not important: [V] The government is trampling on the views of ordinary people. + She would not let him trample over her any longer. [also VN]
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    ADV.

    down
    crops that have been trampled down by walkers' feet
    | underfoot
    He saved a little girl from being trampled underfoot in the rush for the fire exit.

    PREP.

    on
    (often figurative) The government is trampling on the views of ordinary people.
    | over
    Police officers had been trampling all over the ground.

    PHRASES

    be trampled to death



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