stare * down/out
盯得 (某人) 不敢再對視；盯得 (某人) 感到緊張 (註：stare down 為美式英語，stare out 為英式英語)
Children enjoy a silly competition in which they try to stare each other down.
The time and place were not suitable for an argument, but at least I could express my opposition to the woman by staring her out.
John lost his temper and stomped off home.
stomp on +
They stomped on their competitors.
Peter and Paul teamed up to publicize the issue.
team up with +
(與某人) 聯手；(與某人) 合作
I teamed up with Janet to do the job.
I was feeling too tired to go and texted out.
Man, I can’t bear the thought of going to dinner with Sophia again, so I think I am going to text out.