MEDAN, Indonesia — A soccer game in Indonesia turned deadly Saturday night as security personnel clashed with soccer fans, prompting a stampede and leaving 125 dead and dozens of others injured, officials and eyewitnesses said.
印度尼西亚棉兰——官员和目击者称，周六晚上在印度尼西亚举行的一场足球比赛因安保人员与球迷发生冲突，引发踩踏事件，造成 125 人死亡，数十人受伤，造成人员伤亡。
Many were shot, stabbed, beaten or crushed in a stampede as security forces fired teargas and charged the stadium.
Indonesia has announced plans to demolish the stadium where at least 131 football fans died and hundreds were injured in a stampede this month.
印度尼西亚已宣布计划拆除该体育场，该体育场本月在一次踩踏事件中至少造成 131 名球迷死亡，数百人受伤。
a wild headlong rush of frightened animals (horses or cattle)
Do you see hundreds of cattle thundering toward you? Then stop reading and get out of there! A stampede is coming.
Stampede is a word for animal behavior that fits people sometimes too. During the holidays, desperate parents might stampede the mall, especially the toy stores. Fans of a popular movie might stampede to get tickets. A stampede of teen girls can usually be found chasing the latest boy bands. Stampede can be a noun or a verb, but either way, look out!
踩踏是动物行为的一个词，有时也适用于人。在假期里，绝望的父母可能会冲进商场，尤其是玩具店。一部热门电影的影迷可能会争先恐后地抢票。通常可以发现成群结队的少女追逐最新的男孩乐队。 Stampede 可以是名词或动词，但无论哪种方式，都要小心！
Charity steps out of her car to get a better view, walking north, against the stampede…and finally sees what everyone is running from.
—Dry by Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman
She smacked a carnivorous horse in the snout with the butt of her sword and sent the monster stampeding through the crowd.
—The House of Hades by Rick Riordan
I could feel the trailer sway from side to side, as if a stampede of rhinos marched down the narrow aisle.
—The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora by Pablo Cartaya
stampede (n.)1844 (earlier stampedo, 1839), "A general scamper of animals on the Western prairies, generally caused by a fright" [Bartlett], from Mexican Spanish estampida, from Spanish, "an uproar," from estamper "to stamp, press, pound," from Provençal estampier "to stamp," from the same Germanic root that yielded English stamp (v.). The political sense is recorded by 1846 (in reference to the U.S. Democratic Party convention of 1844). As the name of an annual exhibition of cowboy skills in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, it is attested from 1912.Related entries & more
stampede (n.)1844（更早的 stampedo，1839 年），“西部大草原上动物的普遍跳跃，通常是由惊吓引起的”[Bartlett]，来自墨西哥西班牙语 estampida，来自西班牙语，“喧嚣”，来自 estamper“ to stamp, press, pound,” 出自普罗旺斯语 estampier “to stamp”，出自产生英语 stamp (v.) 的同一日耳曼语词根。政治意识由 1846 年记录（参考 1844 年美国民主党大会）。作为加拿大阿尔伯塔省卡尔加里市每年一度的牛仔技艺展览会的名称，可考证其起源于 1912 年。相关条目及更多
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