- walk heavily or noisily；walk over a long distance wearily or reluctantly
- a person who travels from place to place on foot in search of work or as a vagrant or beggar.；the sound of heavy steps
noun: tramp, plural noun: tramps
- 1. walk heavily or noisily:
he tramped about the room
- 2. walk over a long distance wearily or reluctantly:
he had tramped all over the city
- 3. walk for long distances in rough country for recreation:
it had been ages since I had tramped with a whole pack
she regularly tramps the New Zealand wilderness
- 4. tread or stamp on:
one of the few wines still tramped by foot
- 1. a person who travels from place to place on foot in search of work or as a vagrant or beggar.
- 2. the sound of heavy steps:
the tramp of marching feet
- 3. a long walk, typically a tiring one:
she was freshly returned from a tramp round Norwich
- 4. a long-distance recreational walk in rough country:
this is perhaps the most popular tramp in Canterbury
- 5. a cargo vessel that carries goods between many different ports rather than sailing a fixed route:
a tramp steamer
- 6. a woman who has many casual sexual encounters or relationships.
- 7. a metal plate protecting the sole of a boot used for digging.
- 8. the top of the blade of a spade.
- v.walk heavily or noisily:
- he tramped around the room
- n.a person who travels from place to place on foot in search of work or as a vagrant or beggar.
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tramp與hike不一樣hike 通常是長距離,以娛樂,健康,訓練為目的在野外的徒步健行tramp 是以穩定的步伐行走