Portuguese translation of 'stutter'
gagueira, gaguez f
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Example Sentences Including 'stutter'
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He delivered some stuttering public performances.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
And the national team 's stuttering form has been exercising the minds of the FA top brass.The Sun (2007)
As last season stuttered to its unsatisfactory end, Leicester seemed to be a symbol of changing times.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
It certainly added some dash to a day that until then had stuttered along in second gear.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Rangers' form stuttered recently as they took only one point from three league games.The Sun (2014)
They have been stuttering along, playing dreadfully away from home and struggling to get the best out of their superstars.The Sun (2016)
He hit the big time in the 1970s with stuttering performances as he pretended to have a sound problem.The Sun (2013)
They miss chances United don't and sometimes stutter along.The Sun (2008)
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'stutter' in Other Languages
British English: stutter /ˈstʌtə/ VERB
If someone stutters, they have difficulty speaking because they find it hard to say the first sound of a word.
I was trembling so hard, I thought I would stutter when I spoke.
- American English: stutter
- Arabic: يَتَلَعْثَمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: gaguejar
- Chinese: 口吃着说
- Croatian: mucati
- Czech: koktat
- Danish: stamme
- Dutch: stotteren
- European Spanish: balbucear
- Finnish: änkyttää
- French: bégayer
- German: stottern
- Greek: κεκεδίζω
- Italian: balbettare
- Japanese: どもる
- Korean: 말을 더듬다
- Norwegian: stamme
- Polish: jąkać się
- European Portuguese: gaguejar
- Romanian: a îngăima
- Russian: заикаться
- Spanish: balbucear
- Swedish: stamma
- Thai: ติดอ่าง
- Turkish: kekelemek
- Ukrainian: заїкатися
- Vietnamese: nói lắp
British English: stutter NOUN
If someone has a stutter, they find it difficult to say the first sound of a word, and so they often hesitate or repeat it two or three times.
He spoke with a pronounced stutter.
Translation of stutter from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary