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trounce

(trɑʊnts)
tv. to beat someone; to outscore someone. (Sports.) Western trounced Eastern for the tenth year in a row.
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NASCAR may sell laundry soap [or Viagra], but anyone rooting For Ford over Chevy, each over Dodge, or hoping for the domestic automakers to trounce Toyota in 2007 should get a clue.
HRI Wellesbourne bounced back from their first Division Five defeat of the season to trounce Stockton Reserves 7-3, Vitor Machedo leading the way with a hat-trick.
Dennis Trounce, who has been running the store for 25 years, was in the back office when he heard a noise in the shop.
ASIAN MAZE bounced back from a crashing fall at Cheltenham to trounce a high-class field in the Scottish And Newcastle Aintree Hurdle.
Bigger males may trounce smaller ones in territorial clashes from beer halls to bug fights, but researchers in Brazil report what they call the first instance of the reverse: a natural territorial advantage for small size.
It recalls the life of Lieutenant SA Trounce, who fought in the Great War and paid the supreme sacrifice.
Trounce Sri Lanka 7-1 at the Baniyas Stadium to make the second leg a formality
Fast and frictionless, photons trounce electrons as the ideal carriers of information.
The investigation also has resulted in a significant disruption of cyber criminal activity targeting the financial infrastructure of the United States and demonstrates how industry and law enforcement can cooperate to trounce these types of crimes.
Its itty-bitty ATV quad aims to trounce such leading SUV diesels as the Hummer of CMU and the VW Toureg of Stanford.