- 跺 [duò]
- （用力踏地） stamp (one's foot):
stamp one's foot with fury; 气得直跺脚
We stamped the ground to keep our feet warm. 我们跺脚取暖。
Many men, when very angry, regress to their childhood and show their bad temper by shouting and stamping their feet.
He stamped (his foot) in anger.
He looked funny stomping round the dance floor.