tramp through (something or some place)

tramp through (something or some place)

To walk, plod, or trudge heavily through something or some place. We tramped through the marsh, hoping to reach the road before sundown. We could hear the boss tramping through the office in anger.
See also: through, tramp

tramp through something

to march or stamp a passage through something. The kids tramped through every puddle in town on their way to school. Don't tramp through every mud puddle you see.
See also: through, tramp