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romp

verb [I]  /rɑmp/ us  
to play or run in a happy, excited, and noisy way: The puppy and children romped together in the yard. To romp is also to succeed or win easily: The unbeaten Charlottesville Crackers romped past the Beantown Beanies 68-26.

romp

noun [C usually sing]  /rɑmp, rɔmp/ us  
something that, in a noisy way, makes you feel happy and excited: The film is a comic romp. A romp is also an easy victory over an opponent: Nothing could stop his romp to the nomination.
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