Word: stoop

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Synonyms: stoop

hunch, round shoulders, curvature of the spine, kyphosis, porch, steps, platform, veranda, terrace, stoup, stoep

Translations: stoop

spanish
encorvarse


german
bücken, eingangsterrasse

french
avilir, fléchir, pencher, incurver, abaisser, ...

italian
chinarsi

portuguese
varanda, Stoop, alpendre, inclinar

dutch
hellen, aflopen, buigen, overhellen

russian
падение, нагибать, поклон, ссутулиться, преклониться, ...

norwegian
bøye seg, lute, trammen, bøye, Stoop

swedish
farstubron, luta sig ner, kutryggig

finnish
köyryselkä, köyristyä, taipua, syöksy, nöyrtyä

danish
bukke, nedlade, bøje, nedlade sig

czech
shrbit, sehnout, sklonit, snížit, ohnout, ...

polish
pochylać, poniżyć, zgiąć, pochylenie, przygarbienie, ...

hungarian
lehajlás, szenteltvíztartó, kancsó, görnyedtség, meggörnyedés

turkish
tenezzül, hızla alçalıp avına vurmak, kambur durmak, kapı önü verandası, alçalmak

greek
σκύβω, γέρνουν, σκύψουμε, εξώσκαλο

ukrainian
нахилитися, схилитися, нахилити, поклін

albanian
kërrusem, lëshohem, bie poshtë, begenis, bëhem urë

bulgarian
прегърбване, навеждам се, изгърбвам се, покрито преддверие, деградирам

belarusian
гарбаватасць

estonian
koogutama, küürutama

croatian
pogrbljenost

icelandic
krjúpa

lithuanian
palinkti, kūprintis, pakumpti, gūrinti, pakumpimas

latvian
pieliekties, saliekšanās, veranda, apstādināt, saliekties

macedonian
деградирам

romanian
apleca, verandă, aplecare, umili, înjosi

slovenian
sklonit

slovak
hrbiť, hrbit

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The meaning and "use of": stoop

noun
  • a posture in which the head and shoulders are habitually bent forward.
  • the downward swoop of a bird of prey.
  • a porch with steps in front of a house or other building.

verb
  • bend one's head or body forward and downward.
  • lower one's moral standards so far as to do something reprehensible.

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