Hindi translation of 'trample'
trample /ˈtræmpəl ˈट्रैम्पल्/
Word forms: tramples, trampling, trampled
1. intransitive verb
To trample on someone's rights or values means to deliberately ignore or disregard them.
With this new law, the government is trampling on our rights.
2. transitive verb
If someone is trampled, they are injured or killed by being trodden on by animals or people.
कुचल कर घायल करना या मार डालना
3. intransitive verb
If you trample on something, you tread heavily on it and damage it.
चलते हुए पैरों से कुचलना
They don't want people trampling on the grass.
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Example Sentences Including 'trample'
The Pegasus was over thirty times the size of Drumbeat and would trample her underfoot without losing a knot of speed.Let Not the Deep
They had no respect, cared not a hoot for men, wanted to trample them.Dreams of Innocence
`I'm not getting on a moral high horse and trying to trample you into the dirt.Dreams of Innocence
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Translation of trample from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary