Definition of 'stool'
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Example sentences containing 'stool'
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He offered a gift of a wooden stool in gratitude. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They make a barge from a bench and two stools. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Books were still kept by clerks on high stools. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What is sometimes needed in life is a ducking stool. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was built to allow enough room for a single chair and a small stool. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We follow him and take a seat at a tall table with stools. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There is a table and a stool and chair in the painting as well. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She grips her piano stool with excitement. The Sun (2011)For furniture there was only one little stool. The Story of Doctor Dolittle (1920)It reminds me of that ducking stool they had for witches. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She set a stool before the chair and the two men eased the older one into the place she had provided. THE WOLF AND THE DOVEThese wooden stools have four legs. Christianity Today (2000)Villa are caught between two stools. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They forget a fourth leg - if stools can have four legs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It has a plastic table and stool on a planet mat, surrounded by sockets and loose wires. The Sun (2016)A small stool sample is sent to a lab. The Sun (2012)A basic camp consists of a little wooden milking stool. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He used to own a pub, and sitting on a virtual bar stool spinning yarns suits him fine. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Who designed that bar stool? Times, Sunday Times (2012)I'd sit on the stool at the counter and twirl. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I point out that four bar stools isn't many. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'stool'
British English: stool /stuːl/ NOUN
A stool is a seat with legs but no support for your back or arms.
He sat on a stool and leaned on the counter.
- American English: stool
- Arabic: كُرْسِيٌّ بِدُونِ ظَهْرٍ أَوْ ذِراعَيْـن
- Brazilian Portuguese: banquinho
- Chinese: 凳子
- Croatian: stolac
- Czech: stolička židle
- Danish: taburet
- Dutch: kruk zitkruk
- European Spanish: taburete
- Finnish: jakkara
- French: tabouret
- German: Hocker
- Greek: σκαμνί
- Italian: sgabello
- Japanese: スツール
- Korean: 걸상
- Norwegian: krakk
- Polish: stołek
- European Portuguese: banquinho
- Romanian: scăunel
- Russian: табурет
- Spanish: taburete
- Swedish: pall
- Thai: ม้านั่งไม่มีพนัก
- Turkish: tabure
- Ukrainian: табурет
- Vietnamese: ghế đẩu
Definition of stool from the Collins English Dictionary
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