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trample

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈtræmpl/ ( also trample on)
to walk on something, usually damaging or hurting it: She shouted at the boys for trampling on her flowers. Two people were trampled to death in the panic.Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
Translations of “trample”
in Arabic يَسْحَق…
in Korean 짓밟다…
in Malaysian memijak-mijak…
in French piétiner…
in Turkish çiğnemek, ayağı altında ezmek…
in Italian calpestare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 踩, 踩,踐踏…
in Russian топтать…
in Polish deptać…
in Vietnamese giậm, giẫm đạp…
in Spanish pisotear, hollar…
in Portuguese pisar com força…
in Thai กระทืบ…
in German (zer-)trampeln…
in Catalan trepitjar…
in Japanese 踏みつける…
in Indonesian menginjak-injak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 踩, 踩,践踏…
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