stomp

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

1803, variant of stamp. Compare German stampfen (to stomp). More at stamp.

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stomp (third-person singular simple present stomps, present participle stomping, simple past and past participle stomped)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) To trample heavily.
  2. (transitive, slang) To severely beat someone physically or figuratively.

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(To severely beat someone): crush

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Noun[edit]

stomp (plural stomps)

  1. A dance having a heavy, rhythmic step.
  2. The jazz music for this dance.

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Etymology[edit]

Cognate to German stumpf.

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Adjective[edit]

stomp (comparative stomper, superlative stompst)

  1. blunt, not sharp
    Met zo’n stomp potlood kun je toch niet tekenen!
    You can’t draw with such a blunt pencil!
  2. (mathematics, of an angle) Having over 90 degrees.
    Dit is een stompe hoek.
    This is a blunt angle.

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Noun[edit]

stomp m (plural stompen, diminutive stompje n)

  1. A stump, a short, formless, protruding object.
    Er bleef na de amputatie niet meer dan een stompje van zijn vinger over.
    After the amputation, no more than a stump of his finger was left.
  2. A blow, a painful hit with the fist or the elbow.
    Je zou hem een stomp geven!
    You’d give him a blow!

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Verb[edit]

stomp

  1. first-person singular present indicative of stompen
  2. imperative of stompen