Definition of 'stall'
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The fault is a possible issue with a connecting terminal that could cause the engine to stall. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Is this just a stalling tactic to sell him in the summer? The Sun (2010)The opposition coalition has accused the socialists of trying to stall the process. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They could sell their surplus to local stalls and shops. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The car stalled when he went to pull away and that cost him around a second. The Sun (2012)Success could be yours if you stop stalling and make a choice. The Sun (2011)He might be flattered by that result and stall one will not be ideal. The Sun (2016)We went for the special which involved a vertical climb until the aircraft stalled. The Sun (2011)So why did he waste them by dumping them in the choir stalls? Times, Sunday Times (2011)This impact is not confined to the front of the stalls. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is a man with a stall selling hazelnuts. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There will also be live music on stage and food stalls. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She drove slowly out of the yard and stalled the engine again. Times, Sunday Times (2009)All that was missing were little stalls selling poached eggs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You can be strong without being stubborn and home plans that seemed to be stalling suddenly make progress. The Sun (2014)But their double act is in danger when their first day running their new stall together ends in disaster. The Sun (2013)His international career has stalled after being banned for nine months in the wake of refusing to take a drug test. Times, Sunday Times (2009)At any stage, the adoption process can stall. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A stall selling small iron dishes and hammers catches my eye. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A shower stall was rotten. The Sun (2009)Negotiations are stalled, and yesterday the army mobilised more reservists; a sign that generals expect a lengthy campaign. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But the dresses, displayed at her stall, were a sensation and were soon more popular than the juice. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's like a huge crafts mall, containing tens of thousands of individual stalls run by people selling the stuff they make. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'stall'
British English: stall /stɔːl/ NOUN
A stall is a large table on which you put goods that you want to sell, or information that you want to give people.
...market stalls selling local fruit.
- American English: stall
- Arabic: كُشْك
- Brazilian Portuguese: barraca feira
- Chinese: 货摊
- Croatian: štand
- Czech: stánek
- Danish: stand
- Dutch: stalletje
- European Spanish: puesto mercado
- Finnish: koju
- French: étalage
- German: Verkaufsstand
- Greek: υπαίθριος πάγκος
- Italian: stand
- Japanese: 屋台
- Korean: 상품 진열대
- Norwegian: bås
- Polish: stragan
- European Portuguese: barraca feira
- Romanian: chioșc
- Russian: стойло
- Spanish: puesto tienda de un mercado
- Swedish: stånd salustånd
- Thai: แผงขายของ
- Turkish: tezgah
- Ukrainian: прилавок
- Vietnamese: quầy bán hàng
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