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stomp on sb/sth

mainly US
verb uk phrasal verb with stomp   /stɒmp/ us    /stɑːmp/
to step down hard on someone or something: I stomped on his toes and ran away. to treat someone or something badly, or to defeat him, her, or it: This is another example of the big companies joining together to stomp on small businesses.
Translations of “stomp on sb/sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 重踏,重踩, 粗暴對待,虐待, 打敗…
in Chinese (Simplified) 重踏,重踩, 粗暴对待,虐待, 打败…
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