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tramp

noun
a long walk
caminata, paseo largo
It was a long tramp back to the cottage.
the sound of heavy footsteps
ruido fuerte de pasos
They could hear the tramp of his feet as he moved around upstairs.
( also tramp steamer) a small cargo-boat with no fixed route.
tramp, vapor volandero
( American) a prostitute or a woman who sleeps with a lot of men.
fulana, lagarta, pelandusca
(Definition of tramp from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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