tromp

[ tromp ]
/ trɒmp /

verb (used with object) Informal.

to tramp or trample.
to defeat soundly; trounce.

Origin of tromp

1880–85; gradational variant of tramp, perhaps with vowel of stomp

Definition for tromp (2 of 2)

Tromp

[ trawmp ]
/ trɔmp /

noun

Cor·ne·lis [kawr-ney-lis] /kɔrˈneɪ lɪs/, 1629–91, and his father, Maar·ten Har·perts·zoon [mahr-tuh n hahr-puhrt-sohn] /ˈmɑr tən ˈhɑr pərtˌsoʊn/, 1597–1653, Dutch admirals.

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Tromp

/ (Dutch tromp) /

noun

Cornelius (Martenszoon) (korˈneɪlɪs). 1629–91, Dutch admiral, who fought during the 2nd and 3rd Anglo-Dutch Wars
his father, Maarten (Harpertszoon) (ˈmartən). 1598–1653, Dutch admiral, who fought in the 1st Anglo-Dutch War: killed in action

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