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Stretch

stretʃ

Meanings of Stretch:

verb

(of something soft or elastic) be made or be capable of being made longer or wider without tearing or breaking.

Usage examples:

My jumper stretched in the wash
noun

An act of stretching one's limbs or body.

Usage examples:

I got up and had a stretch

Meanings of Stretch out:

idiom

Extend or stretch out to a greater or the full length

verb

To reach across a distance or become longer or wider, or to cause something to do this

Usage examples:

[ i ] rubber stretches when you pull it., [ t ] the banner was stretched across the street., [ m ] …

Meanings of Stretch-oneself:

phrasal verb

To lie with your legs and arms spread out in a relaxed way

Usage examples:

I just want to get home and stretch out on the sofa.

Meanings of Stretch-the-truth:

idiom

To say something that is not completely honest in order to make someone or something seem better than it really is

Usage examples:

He was accused of stretching the truth about how much he had helped in the project.

Meanings of Stretch-to:

phrasal verb

To manage to give or pay a particular amount, often a larger amount than you might expect

Usage examples:

"how much money do you want to borrow?" "could you stretch to £50?"

Stretched

stretʃ

Meanings of Stretched:

verb

(of something soft or elastic) be made or be capable of being made longer or wider without tearing or breaking.

Usage examples:

My jumper stretched in the wash
noun

An act of stretching one's limbs or body.

Usage examples:

I got up and had a stretch

Meanings of Stretched-out:

verb

To reach across a distance or become longer or wider, or to cause something to do this

Usage examples:

[ i ] rubber stretches when you pull it., [ t ] the banner was stretched across the street., [ m ] …

Meanings of Stretcher:

noun

A framework of two poles with a long piece of canvas slung between them, used for carrying sick, injured, or dead people.

Usage examples:

At any time of the day or night, a tall raf corporal would be seen helping to carry a stretcher con…
verb

Carry (a sick or injured person) somewhere on a stretcher.

Usage examples:

Their striker had to be stretchered off following a tackle

Meanings of Stretcher-bearer:

noun

Someone who carries a stretcher, with another person at its other end, especially in a war or emergency

Stretchers

ˈstretʃ.ər

Meanings of Stretchers:

noun

A framework of two poles with a long piece of canvas slung between them, used for carrying sick, injured, or dead people.

Usage examples:

At any time of the day or night, a tall raf corporal would be seen helping to carry a stretcher con…
verb

Carry (a sick or injured person) somewhere on a stretcher.

Usage examples:

Their striker had to be stretchered off following a tackle

Stretches

stretʃ

Meanings of Stretches:

verb

(of something soft or elastic) be made or be capable of being made longer or wider without tearing or breaking.

Usage examples:

My jumper stretched in the wash
noun

An act of stretching one's limbs or body.

Usage examples:

I got up and had a stretch

Meanings of Stretchier:

adjective

(especially of material or a garment) able to stretch or be stretched easily.

Usage examples:

Stretchy miniskirts

Stretchiest

ˈstretʃ.i

Meanings of Stretchiest:

adjective

(especially of material or a garment) able to stretch or be stretched easily.

Usage examples:

Stretchy miniskirts

Meanings of Stretching:

verb

(of something soft or elastic) be made or be capable of being made longer or wider without tearing or breaking.

Usage examples:

My jumper stretched in the wash
noun

An act of stretching one's limbs or body.

Usage examples:

I got up and had a stretch

Stretchy

ˈstretʃ.i

Meanings of Stretchy:

adjective

(especially of material or a garment) able to stretch or be stretched easily.

Usage examples:

Stretchy miniskirts

Meanings of Stretta:

noun

A passage, especially at the end of an aria or movement, to be performed in quicker time.

Usage examples:

The major-third interval is then employed with its minor counterpart horizontally to help furnish a…
adverb

(as a direction) in quicker time.

Usage examples:

It sounds like odd moments of berlioz, tchaikovsky or ravel, but only in respect of isolated chords…

Stretti

ˈstrɛtəʊ

Meanings of Stretti:

noun

A passage, especially at the end of an aria or movement, to be performed in quicker time.

Usage examples:

The major-third interval is then employed with its minor counterpart horizontally to help furnish a…
adverb

(as a direction) in quicker time.

Usage examples:

It sounds like odd moments of berlioz, tchaikovsky or ravel, but only in respect of isolated chords…

Meanings of Stretto:

noun

A passage, especially at the end of an aria or movement, to be performed in quicker time.

Usage examples:

The major-third interval is then employed with its minor counterpart horizontally to help furnish a…
adverb

(as a direction) in quicker time.

Usage examples:

It sounds like odd moments of berlioz, tchaikovsky or ravel, but only in respect of isolated chords…

Streusel

ˈstruː.zəl

Meanings of Streusel:

noun

A crumbly topping or filling made from fat, flour, sugar, and often cinnamon.

Usage examples:

Lemon streusel bars

Streusels

ˈstrɔɪz(ə)l

Meanings of Streusels:

noun

A crumbly topping or filling made from fat, flour, sugar, and often cinnamon.

Usage examples:

Lemon streusel bars

Meanings of Strew:

verb

Scatter or spread (things) untidily over a surface or area.

Usage examples:

A small room with newspapers strewn all over the floor

Strewed

struː

Meanings of Strewed:

verb

Scatter or spread (things) untidily over a surface or area.

Usage examples:

A small room with newspapers strewn all over the floor

Strewing

struː

Meanings of Strewing:

verb

Scatter or spread (things) untidily over a surface or area.

Usage examples:

A small room with newspapers strewn all over the floor

Meanings of Strewn:

adjective

Untidily scattered.

Usage examples:

Strewn flower petals
verb

Scatter or spread (things) untidily over a surface or area.

Usage examples:

A small room with newspapers strewn all over the floor

Past participle of strew

Strews

struː

Meanings of Strews:

verb

Scatter or spread (things) untidily over a surface or area.

Usage examples:

A small room with newspapers strewn all over the floor

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