stomping ground


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stomp·ing ground

(stŏm′pĭng, stôm′-)
n.
A customary territory or favorite gathering place. Also called stamping ground.
stamping ground, stomping ground - Stamping ground or stomping ground originally referred to a location frequented by animals.
See also related terms for location.
Translations

stomping ground

nGefilde nt usu pl; his old stomping groundsseine alten Jagdgründe pl; we were far from our usual stomping groundwir waren weit entfernt von unseren heimatlichen Gefilden; it is a favourite stomping ground for collectorses ist ein beliebter Tummelplatz für Sammler; it’s the stomping ground of a lot of studentses ist ein beliebter Studententreff
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