Word: stall

Category: stall

Business & Industrial, Autos & Vehicles, Hobbies & Leisure

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Synonyms: stall

stand, table, counter, booth, kiosk, pen, coop, sty, corral, enclosure, compartment, cubicle, stalling, carrell, carrel

Translations: stall

spanish
cuadra, establo, puesto


german
zögern, stand, kiosk, bude, überziehen, ...

french
tarder, caler, étable, bloquer, écurie, ...

italian
box, bancarella

portuguese
barraca, tenda, velho, guarita, celeiro, ...

dutch
keet, box, tent, stalletje, kraam, ...

russian
будка, стенд, киоск, стойло, ларек, ...

norwegian
bod, bås

swedish
bås, skjul

finnish
hinkalo, permantopaikka, jahkailla

danish
bås, bod, båsen, stalden

czech
chlév, zastavit, stánek, zastavovat, stáj, ...

polish
buda, stajnia, plombować, utknąć, ugrzęznąć, ...

hungarian
árusítóbódé, kórusülés, sebességvesztés

turkish
durum

greek
αναβάλλω, στάβλος, στάβλο, στασίδι

ukrainian
стійло

albanian
tezgë, vend parkimi, qoshk, stallë, gisht

bulgarian
сергия, щанд, срив, обора, на срив

belarusian
кіёск, шапік

estonian
kabiin, seismajäämine, seiskama

croatian
šator, štala, kiosk, smicalica

icelandic
þæfa, tefja, Stall, ofris, bás

lithuanian
kioskas

latvian
kiosks, kabīne

macedonian
закочи, штанд, тезга, полица, штала

romanian
chioşc, stand

slovenian
kiosk, stání, stáj

slovak
kiosk

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The meaning and "use of": stall

noun
  • a stand, booth, or compartment for the sale of goods in a market or large covered area.
  • an individual compartment for an animal in a stable or barn, enclosed on three sides.
  • a fixed seat in the choir or chancel of a church, more or less enclosed at the back and sides and often canopied, typically reserved for a particular member of the clergy.
  • the seats on the ground floor in a theater.
  • an instance of an engine, vehicle, aircraft, or boat stalling.

verb
  • (of a motor vehicle or its engine) stop running, typically because of an overload on the engine.
  • stop or cause to stop making progress.
  • put or keep (an animal) in a stall, especially in order to fatten it.

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