|Origin:||ramp 'to behave threateningly' (14-19 centuries), from French ramper; RAMPANT|
1 [always + adverb/preposition]
to play in a noisy way, especially by running, jumping etc
They could hear the children romping around upstairs.
to win a race, competition, election etc very easily
romp to a win/victory
The women's team romped to a 132-81 win over Ireland.
In 1906 the Liberal Party romped back to power.
romp home British English
The favourite, Badawi, romped home in the first race.
romp through somethingphrasal verb
to succeed in doing or finishing something quickly and easily