Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tramp"

The meaning of "Tramp" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa tramp ?
A: It means someone who doesn't have a stable home. They don't have a lot of money. They travel a lot. They have a lot of different jobs. If you say it about a woman it can mean she sleeps with a lot of different men.
Q: O que significa tramp peddler?
A: An itinerant peddler. A peddler who is constantly traveling from door to door, farm to farm. Someone who sells things out of his wagon or cart or backpack, going (riding, walking) from door to door or farm to farm.

Typically, s/he (they would have been mostly men) might have sold things like pins, needles, thread, pots, pans, maybe small toys or candies for children, etc.

A main character in Tinkers is a tramp peddler.
Q: O que significa two-bit tramp

You call a two-bit tramp the night before your wedding day.?

If someone refers to a woman as a two bit tramp, they are insulting her because they think that she is immoral in her sexual behavior. maybe she sleeps around or cheated on the man she's going to marry. either way, it's basically like calling her a slut.
Q: O que significa to be a tramp ?
A: In my experience someone referred to as a tramp can also mean they are a slut/whore. But traditionally means a homeless person or beggar
Q: O que significa tramp stamp?
A: A tattoo that you get around your lower back or below.

Example sentences using "Tramp"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com tramp.
A: A: Mummy, is that a tramp?
B: Now then dear, I think you should use the word traveller


A: I am going for a long tramp on the moors this weekend
B: Can I join you? I like a good walk in the countryside

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com tramp.
A: it's an offensive word for a homeless person. example: that homeless person is sleeping on the street.

I gave that homeless person some money

Synonyms of "Tramp" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre tramp e homeless ?
A: Tramp is a pejorative for a homeless person.

Homeless should only be used as an adjective in English as it is the correct usage but also to avoid dehumanising homeless people.

For example:
He is a homeless man
He is homeless

The exception is when referring to all homeless people you can say "the homeless" (like we say The Rich, The Poor, The Famous etc)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre tramp e trample ?
A: "Tramp" is usually a noun meaning a homeless person or promiscuous womab. "Trample" is a verb meaning to break or kill something by walking over it.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre tramp e hobo ?
A: In modern usage "tramp" usually means a promiscuous woman. For example, a lower back tattoo is called a "tramp stamp."
Q: Qual é a diferença entre tramp e stamp e stump ?
A: In my Thesaurus, for tramp it gives "walk , march , tread , stamp , stomp , stump , plod , trudge".

So in this sense they are the same.

Translations of "Tramp"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? [I enjoyed playing tramp card game what is called “DAIFUGO”in Japanese. It’s called “PRESIDENT “in English.]is this expression natural?
A: "I like playing Daifugo, a Japanese card game. The name means 'President' in English."

In English, trump cards are just called "cards."
"trump card" = 切り札
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? tramp
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? tramp
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Other questions about "Tramp"

Q: There are so many tramps in this area. soa natural?
A: × There are so many tramps in this area.
✓ There are so many homeless people in this area.

“Tramp” is an archaic term. “Homeless people” is more modern as well as considered more well mannered. Tramp is considered to be insulting.
Q: Seeing the tramp wolfing down the food, Isaac's mom asked him for the season why he is in such a plight.
soa natural?
A: A couple of pointers:

Be aware: 'Tramp' is not a polite term, it is used to describe people who are dirty, or immoral.

Instead of saying 'wolfing down the food' you would write 'wolf down the food'

In the UK we say mum - mom is the American spelling.

When speaking to someone we would not really say 'for the season' it is more natural to refer to 'this time of year'

'Such a plight' is an educated way of speaking - not how you would address a Tramp.

To make your sentence sound more natural you could say:

'Seeing the tramp wolf down the food, Issac's mum asked him how he got himself into this position at this time of year'
Q: We don't want no tramps, beggars nor vagabonds around here.
A: You're right, the line from the movie is grammatically incorrect. It can't say "don't want no" because that is a double negative.

Both of the sentences you wrote make sense.

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