- n. 惊跑；人群的蜂拥；军队溃败
- vi. 蜂拥；逃窜
- vt. 使…惊逃；抢占
1. stamp => stampede.
2. 大规模、成群结队地踩踏 => 一种混乱的踩踏 =》狂奔、惊跑、蜂拥、逃窜。
3. 2014上海踩踏事件：2014 Shanghai stampede：http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Shanghai_stampede
来自西班牙语 estampida,奔跑，奔逃，词源同 stamp,猛踩，跺脚，-ida,名词后缀。引申诸相 关词义。
- stampede (n.)
- 1844 (earlier stampedo, 1839), "A general scamper of animals on the Western prairies, generally caused by a fright" [Bartlett] from Mexican Spanish estampida, from Spanish, "an uproar," from estamper "to stamp, press, pound," from Provençal estampier "to stamp," from the same Germanic root that yielded English stamp (v.). The political sense is first recorded 1846 (in reference to the U.S. Democratic Party convention of 1844). As the name of an annual exhibition of cowboy skills in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, it is attested from 1912.
- stampede (v.)
- 1823 (intransitive); 1838 (transitive), from stampede (n.). Related: Stampeded; stampeding.
- 1. A wall collapsed and 39 people, were killed in the panic-stricken stampede.
- 2. Generous redundancy terms had triggered a stampede of staff wanting to leave.
- 3. There was a stampede for the exit.
- 4. A stampede broke out when the doors opened.
- 5. There was a stampede of panic - stricken crowd from the burning hotel.
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