German aus dem Boden stampfenTo quickly build something from nothing.

literally: to stomp something out of the ground Have you ever stomped on something so hard that you made it disappear into the ground? Well this expression entails the exact opposite: you "reverse" stomp, miraculously raising the object out of the ground from seemingly nothing. It's often used for new buildings whose construction is finished at bewildering speed. If you manage to erect an entire city in the desert within a single year, this expression would be perfect. And it's easy to imagine sounds reminiscent of stomping on a construction site. But it's also used for institutions, like that business that got founded 3 years ago and now already has more than 100 subsidiaries, or that government agency that is created at breakneck speed after a national emergency. [source](