Nghĩa của từ tramp bằng Tiếng Anh

a person who travels from place to place on foot in search of work or as a vagrant or beggar.
In this category fall some of the adaptive activities of psychotics, autists, pariahs, outcasts, vagrants, vagabonds, tramps , chronic drunkards and drug addicts.
the sound of heavy steps, typically of several people.
the tramp of marching feet
walk heavily or noisily.
he tramped around the room

Đặt câu với từ "tramp"

Dưới đây là những mẫu câu có chứa từ "tramp", trong bộ từ điển Từ điển Tiếng Anh. Chúng ta có thể tham khảo những mẫu câu này để đặt câu trong tình huống cần đặt câu với từ tramp, hoặc tham khảo ngữ cảnh sử dụng từ tramp trong bộ từ điển Từ điển Tiếng Anh

1. Who's a tramp?

2. That little tramp!

3. The tramp was arrested for vagrancy.

4. Angelina is a tramp and a liar.

5. Zali sloped along like an old tramp.

6. The tweedy tramp coat is an abhorrence.

7. We can do Lady and the Tramp.

8. The tramp was benumbed by the cold.

9. Those tramp steamers knock about southeast Asia.

10. He looked like the worst kind of tramp.

11. The old tramp shambled wearily up the path.

12. The girls went for a tramp through the countryside.

13. The virago vomited out curses on that tramp.

14. The young tramp cast him a wary glance.

15. He's a tramp and used to living rough.

16. The streets echoed with the tramp of soldiers' feet.

17. He recently decapitated a tramp on the London Underground.

18. Because you're dipping your penguin dick in that vampire tramp?

19. 1 The tramp was arraigned on a charge of stealing.

20. More folk tramp along the sandy track with their paraphernalia.

21. Traci called Lee Ann a tramp and a cradle-robber.

22. The tramp was found lying on the floor face downwards.

23. Product description Bootlegger Modular pack system featuring our Super-Tramp technology

24. Because you' re dipping your penguin dick in that vamper tramp?

25. We wore rubber boots in order to tramp through the muddy roads.

26. And can't you dress more decently—people will think you're a tramp.

27. But a gentleman on tramp sees such a thundering lot of his boots.

28. You ain't no liquor-bellied saddle tramp, neither, like you're trying to be.

29. The tramp always keeps his eyes peeled for coins lying on the ground.

30. All were so shabby they might have been worn by a dressy tramp.

31. bindlestiff (plural Bindlestiffs) A tramp who carries a bedroll or a bundle of possessions.

32. Slaves tramp down creaking ships’ ramps, bowing under the weight of imported treasures.

33. Start with you and we'll have every tramp on the south side over here.

34. To her right, a tramp stroked a flurry of tuneless notes from a violin.

35. Synonyms for Clomp include clump, galumph, stamp, trudge, clop, clunk, lumber, plod, stomp and tramp

36. 13 To her right, a tramp stroked a flurry of tuneless notes from a violin.

37. The tramp tossed the empty cup away and shuffled off in the other direction.

38. I swung on the gate, watching the tramp wolf down the sandwich and drain the cup.

39. Throughout the 1980s, the Tramp image was used by IBM to advertise their personal computers.

40. 20 The tramp bailed up the rancher to ask him for some food and drink.

41. These prejudices are rooted in the idea that every tramp ipso facto, is a blackguard.

42. The White Paper proposal regarding the treatment of the tramp and cabotage services can be accepted.

43. We tramp another furlong or so, and he says that mars A is a charming woman.

44. Synonyms for Beggar include tramp, mendicant, bum, derelict, hobo, scrounger, vagabond, down-and-out, pauper and vagrant

45. It's a fishy story that a tramp deposited quite a lot of money in the bank yesterday.

46. We tramp another furlong or so and he says that Mrs. A is a charming woman.

47. Cyclops Print Works #93 – Lady and the Tramp "Eat-aly in Italy" – by Benjamin Burch

48. An old tramp was sleeping under Waterloo Bridge, his coat wrapped tight to keep out the cold.

49. 7 Words such as tramp, hobo and vagrant offended him, terms bandied about by an unsympathetic society.

50. Back at the anchor vantage point, I met a dreamy-eyed tramp-like man of about fifty.