- tread heavily and noisily, typically in order to show anger；tread heavily or stamp on
- (in jazz or popular music) a tune or song with a fast tempo and a heavy beat.；a lively dance performed to music with a fast tempo and heavy beat, involving stamping
verb: stomp, 3rd person present: stomps, gerund or present participle: stomping, past tense: stomped, past participle: stomped
noun: stomp, plural noun: stomps
- 1. tread heavily and noisily, typically in order to show anger Martin stomped off to the spare room
- ▪ tread heavily or stamp on I stomped on the accelerator
- ▪ deliberately trample or tread heavily on Cobb proceeded to kick and stomp him viciously
- ▪ stamp (one's feet) the children were stomping their feet
- ▪ dance with heavy stamping steps That's the beat I like. You can't really dance to it but you can stomp to it
- 1. informal (in jazz or popular music) a tune or song with a fast tempo and a heavy beat.
- ▪ informal a lively dance performed to music with a fast tempo and heavy beat, involving stamping their music is perfect for a good old stomp
...set up some rangers there to stop people from eating the crabs, stomping all over the mudbanks. 他的意思是這樣的 標示清楚些 請一些公園...
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...p.p.）。如果是與［現在］事實不符，結果句是用簡單式（would + root verb）。 stomp是［不及物動詞］，你的句子寫成有受詞的方式，可能有誤。 字典例句和解釋...