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stomp
American English: /stɑmp/
British English: /stɒmp/

intransitive verb

  • (+ adverb complement) to stomp in/out
    entrar/salir pisando fuerte
    Example sentences
    • The kids stomped around noisily much to the consternation of the waiters who nevertheless stood stoically in attendance.
    • He substituted him with quarter-of-an-hour remaining and the striker showed his anger by stomping past the manager and hurling aside his tracksuit top.
    • Brittany followed closely behind, noisily stomping up the stairs.

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