Go to Bing homepage

trample

US [ˈtræmp(ə)l]
UK ['træmp(ə)l]
  • v.践踏;踩碎;踩伤;摧残(人权、心灵等)
  • n.践踏;践踏声
  • Web踩踏;蹂躏;踩坏
Simple Present:tramples  Present Participle:trampling  Past Tense:trampled  
trample
Show examples
v.
1.
[t][i]
踩碎;踩伤;践踏to step heavily on sb/sth so that you crush or harm them/it with your feet
People were trampled underfoot in the rush for the exit.
有人在拼命涌向出口时被踩在脚下。
He was trampled to death by a runaway horse.
他被一匹脱缰的马踩死了。
The campers had trampled the corn down.
野营的人践踏了庄稼。
Don't trample on the flowers!
勿踏花草!
2.
[i]
~ (on/over) sb/sth
践踏,摧残(人权、心灵等)to ignore sb's feelings or rights and treat them as if they are not important
The government is trampling on the views of ordinary people.
政府在践踏民意。

Sample Sentence

Definition:
Category:AllAll,OralOral,WrittenWritten,TitleTitle,TechnicalTechnical
Source:AllAll,DictionaryDictionary,WebWeb
Difficulty:AllAll,EasyEasy,MiddleMiddle,HardHard
More sentence filters
Hide sentence filters