Definition of 'trample'
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If too many people trample on it, it will die. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She had been alerted online to the product by an Indian citizen appalled at the prospect of people trampling over or wiping their feet on the emblem. Times, Sunday Times (2017) People were almost trampling over each other to get out. The Sun (2010)The victims of the crush were pushed against the walls or trampled underfoot. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Most of the dead and injured were trampled or crushed. The Sun (2010)The panicking passengers who trampled on the dead in their desperation to flee. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He had people trampling on his toes on the way to the ring. The Sun (2011)Or would she trample it underfoot in the slush where our love lay? Times, Sunday Times (2006)It will be thrown out and trampled underfoot as worthless. Christianity Today (2000)Don't get trampled in the rush! The Sun (2011)Ragnor dropped and rolled upon the frosted grass, trampling it beneath his flailing limbs. THE WOLF AND THE DOVESorry, but reality got trampled in the stampede. Times, Sunday Times (2010)People rushed for the exits and a woman of 30 trampled in the panic went into labour. The Sun (2012)Some victims were stranded with a concrete wall on one side and a precipice on the other, with nowhere to escape being crushed and trampled. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'trample'
British English: trample VERB
To trample on someone's rights or values or to trample them means to deliberately ignore them.
They say loggers are destroying rain forests and trampling on the rights of natives.
Definition of trample from the Collins English Dictionary
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