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yomp

(jɒmp)
vb
(intr) to walk or trek laboriously, esp heavily laden and over difficult terrain
[C20: military slang, of uncertain origin]

yomp


Past participle: yomped
Gerund: yomping

Imperative
yomp
yomp
Present
I yomp
you yomp
he/she/it yomps
we yomp
you yomp
they yomp
Preterite
I yomped
you yomped
he/she/it yomped
we yomped
you yomped
they yomped
Present Continuous
I am yomping
you are yomping
he/she/it is yomping
we are yomping
you are yomping
they are yomping
Present Perfect
I have yomped
you have yomped
he/she/it has yomped
we have yomped
you have yomped
they have yomped
Past Continuous
I was yomping
you were yomping
he/she/it was yomping
we were yomping
you were yomping
they were yomping
Past Perfect
I had yomped
you had yomped
he/she/it had yomped
we had yomped
you had yomped
they had yomped
Future
I will yomp
you will yomp
he/she/it will yomp
we will yomp
you will yomp
they will yomp
Future Perfect
I will have yomped
you will have yomped
he/she/it will have yomped
we will have yomped
you will have yomped
they will have yomped
Future Continuous
I will be yomping
you will be yomping
he/she/it will be yomping
we will be yomping
you will be yomping
they will be yomping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been yomping
you have been yomping
he/she/it has been yomping
we have been yomping
you have been yomping
they have been yomping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been yomping
you will have been yomping
he/she/it will have been yomping
we will have been yomping
you will have been yomping
they will have been yomping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been yomping
you had been yomping
he/she/it had been yomping
we had been yomping
you had been yomping
they had been yomping
Conditional
I would yomp
you would yomp
he/she/it would yomp
we would yomp
you would yomp
they would yomp
Past Conditional
I would have yomped
you would have yomped
he/she/it would have yomped
we would have yomped
you would have yomped
they would have yomped
Translations

yomp

vi (Mil sl) → sich schleppen

yomp

[jɒmp] vi (Brit) (Mil) (fam) → percorrere un terreno accidentato
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My teen (taller than I am now) first went when he was a tiny wee thing and I have yomped around that field with bulging belly, babies in slings, toddlers learning to walk and kids zooming off from you so fast your heart stops.
By the time I got back to the car I felt I had yomped across the Falklands and back again.
No, I joined the Royal Marines and yomped everywhere
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In the Falklands war Royal Marines yomped across the island, covering 60 miles in three days.
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Far from being the eighth wonder of the world, we found it totally impersonal, the Iberia staff were unable or unwilling to tell us anything about our delayed flight and I yomped miles to find a water fountain and some food.
Tired and dripping with sweat, Harry yomped across the Ashdown Forest in East Sussex for eight hours yesterday.
Having yomped recently through 16 volumes of theologian Karl Rahner's work and the large volumes of Balthasar, it surprised me how they had been polarised as starting from God's manifestation or desire for God's coming.
The former Gladiators contestant and Royal Marine has yomped his way to the top of the world rankings, though his form in the past month has deserted him.