Word: stem

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Synonyms: stem

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: stem

spanish
pie, caña, tallo, tema


german
stange, stiel, notenhals, bug, hauptzweig, ...

french
radical, tige, race, queue, étancher, ...

italian
fusto, arginare, tronco, gambo, stelo, ...

portuguese
boi, haste, tronco, caule

dutch
halm, schacht, boomstam, stengel, stam, ...

russian
нос, запруживать, племя, чубук, происходить, ...

norwegian
stilk, stengel

swedish
stjälk, stam

finnish
piipunvarsi, varsi, oksa, korsi, suku

danish
stilk, stængel, stamme

czech
řapík, stonek, peň, zastavit, lodyha, ...

polish
wywodzić, pochodzić, ogonek, dziobnica, tamować, ...

hungarian
kocsány, nemzetség

greek
μίσχος, στείρα, στέλεχος

ukrainian
затримувати, роде, плем'я, стебло, ніс, ...

albanian
temë

belarusian
нага, ствол

estonian
vöörtääv, tüvi

croatian
deblo, držak, kalem, pramac, stablo

lithuanian
kotas, stiebas

latvian
stublājs, stumbrs, kāts

romanian
tulpină

slovak
stonka

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The meaning and "use of": stem

noun
  • the main body or stalk of a plant or shrub, typically rising above ground but occasionally subterranean.
  • a long and thin supportive or main section of something.
  • the root or main part of a noun, adjective, or other word, to which inflections or formative elements are added.
  • the main upright timber or metal piece at the bow of a ship, to which the ship's sides are joined.

verb
  • originate in or be caused by.
  • remove the stems from (fruit or tobacco leaves).
  • (of a boat) make headway against (the tide or current).
  • stop or restrict (the flow of something).

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