Word: lurch

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Synonyms: lurch

stagger, stumble, lunge, pitching, pitch

Translations: lurch

spanish
estacada, bandazo, sacudida, vuelco, cuneta


german
Stich, Stiche, Ruck, Stich lassen, Stich gelassen

french
inclinaison, tituber

italian
barcollare, asso, guai, sbando

portuguese
guinada, apuros, solavanco, sacudida

dutch
slingeren, steek, slingerbeweging, steek laten, steek gelaten

russian
крен, качаться, крендель, крениться

norwegian
stikken, krenging, lusker, sjangle

swedish
sticket, överhalning, krängning

finnish
kompuroida, horjahdella, kuljeksia, hoippua

danish
stikken

czech
sklon

polish
uchylać, przechylenie, przechył

hungarian
megtántorodás, megingás

turkish
silkinme, sallanma, sendelemek, sendeleme, bir silkinme

greek
μετατόπιση

ukrainian
крен, нахил, ухил

albanian
mundje, anohet, kërcim i makinës, hedhje, hidhet befas

bulgarian
залитане, накланяне, се сви, разтърсване, трудна ситуация

belarusian
нахіл, крэн

estonian
kitsisus, küljelekalle, vaarumine, Horjahdus, Keikahdus

croatian
trzaj, cjedilu, potres i, iznenada se nagnutu, teturati

lithuanian
svirduliuoti, truktelėti, pasvirimas, Prikabinimo, svirduliavimas

macedonian
цедило, небрано, небрано и, небрано и не, залитане

romanian
înclinare, Lurch, pândă, sta la pândă, ambardee

slovenian
cedilu

slovak
škubnutí, trhnutie, šklbnutie, trhnutiu, trhnutia

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The meaning and "use of": lurch

noun
  • an abrupt uncontrolled movement, especially an unsteady tilt or roll.
  • leave an associate or friend abruptly and without assistance or support in a difficult situation.

verb
  • make an abrupt, unsteady, uncontrolled movement or series of movements; stagger.

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