German translation of 'stammer'
Example Sentences Including 'stammer'
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She helped him to control his own temper and partly to overcome his disabling stammer.The Times Literary Supplement (2010)
I stammer something about the duty-free shops at Sydney airport.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Meet other people who stammer: they can help and inspire you.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Part of the problem is not that people stammer per se, but that other people treat them badly because they have trouble expressing themselves quickly.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
People who stammer aren't ill.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
How can you give a rousing speech if you stammer?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He had a very bad stammer and I think he felt angry about his lot in life.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The second was when he told us how he had overcome his stammer, saying he had received loads of help from a vet.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
If he has attempted speech he has probably got no further than an initial stammer that has gone unnoticed by the rest of the family.Stammering in Young Children (1988)
In my experience nine months of fluency must be maintained before one can say with confidence that the stammer has been overcome.Stammering in Young Children (1988)
Once the vicious circle is established - of anxiety about speech = stammer = anxiety about speech - the stammer feeds on itself.Stammering in Young Children (1988)
The "correction' stops and the stammer decreases and goes on decreasing.Stammering in Young Children (1988)
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'stammer' in Other Languages
British English: stammer /ˈstæmə/ VERB
If you stammer, you speak with difficulty, hesitating and repeating words or sounds.
Five per cent of children stammer at some point.
`Forgive me,' I stammered.
- American English: stammer
- Arabic: يَتَلْعَثَمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: gaguejar
- Chinese: 口吃
- Croatian: mucati
- Czech: koktat
- Danish: stamme
- Dutch: stotteren
- European Spanish: tartamudear
- Finnish: änkyttää
- French: bégayer
- German: stottern
- Greek: τραυλίζω
- Italian: balbettare
- Japanese: どもる
- Korean: 말을 더듬다
- Norwegian: stotre
- Polish: jąkać się
- European Portuguese: gaguejar
- Romanian: a se bâlbâi
- Russian: заикаться
- Spanish: tartamudear
- Swedish: stamning
- Thai: พูดติดอ่าง
- Turkish: kekelemek
- Ukrainian: заїкатися
- Vietnamese: nói lắp
British English: stammer NOUN
Someone who has a stammer tends to stammer when they speak.
A speech-therapist cured his stammer.
Translation of stammer from the Collins English to German Dictionary