romp home

romp home
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  • romp home — To win easily • • • Main Entry: ↑romp * * * romp home/to victory/mainly journalism phrase to win something such as a race or competition very easily Thesaurus: to win a game, competition or argumentsy …   Useful english dictionary

  • romp home victory — romp home/to victory idiom to easily win a race or competition • Their horse romped home in the 2 o clock race. • The Dutch team romped to a 5–1 victory over Celtic. see roar, romp, sweep, etc. to victory at ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • romp home/in — finish as the easy winner of a race or other contest. → romp …   English new terms dictionary

  • romp — ► VERB 1) play about roughly and energetically. 2) informal achieve something easily. 3) (romp home/in) informal finish as the easy winner of a race or other contest. 4) informal engage in sexual activity. ► NOUN 1) a spell of romping …   English terms dictionary

  • romp to victory — romp home/to victory/mainly journalism phrase to win something such as a race or competition very easily Thesaurus: to win a game, competition or argumentsynonym Main entry: romp …   Useful english dictionary

  • home — n. establishment providing care or service 1) to manage, operate, ran a home 2) a convalescent; detention; funeral (AE); nursing; remand (BE); rest; retirement home residence 3) to build; establish a home 4) to provide a home for 5) to make one s …   Combinatory dictionary

  • romp — romp1 [rɔmp US ra:mp] v [Date: 1700 1800; Origin: ramp [i] to behave threateningly (14 19 centuries), from French ramper; RAMPANT] 1.) [always + adverb/preposition] to play in a noisy way, especially by running, jumping etc romp around/about ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • romp — [[t]rɒ̱mp[/t]] romps, romping, romped 1) VERB Journalists use romp in expressions like romp home, romp in, or romp to victory, to say that a person or horse has won a race or competition very easily. [V adv/prep] Mr Foster romped home with 141… …   English dictionary

  • romp — I UK [rɒmp] / US [rɑmp] verb [intransitive] Word forms romp : present tense I/you/we/they romp he/she/it romps present participle romping past tense romped past participle romped if children or animals romp, they play or move around in a lively… …   English dictionary

  • romp — romp1 [ ramp ] verb intransitive if children or animals romp, they play or move around in a lively and often noisy way romp home/to victory MAINLY JOURNALISM to win something such as a race or competition very easily romp ,through phrasal verb… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • romp — 1 verb (I) 1 (always + adv/prep) to play in a noisy way, especially by running, jumping etc (+ around/about): They could hear the children romping around upstairs. 2 romp home if someone or something, especially a horse in a race, romps home,… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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