Definition of 'stud'
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What is really pulling in the viewers are the stables and stud farm. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Snake print + studs + chains = one content fashionista. The Sun (2012)He wore a tiny gold stud in his ear. ARE YOU TALKING TO ME?: A Life Through the Movies (2004)Underneath he probably wore a moulded plastic studded football boot. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Metal studded golf shoes certainly give the best and most reliable grip when playing on grass. Winning Golf for Women (1993)Players may wear the same studs as for a game on grass. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then invest in a long cardigan and studded belt to layer up further and complete the look. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Perhaps they will go into the challenge with boots raised and studs up. The Sun (2006)Initially they were put at either side of two rows of metal studs in the road. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Replace the belt with a studded or stripy one. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was an attack speech that was so aggressive that it should have been wearing a studded collar. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Australia will be retired to stud at the end of the season and is already worth 50million. The Sun (2014)Complete the look with jade stud earrings with solid silver fittings and butterfly backs for just 12.95. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There were loads of stud walls to rip out and the garden was 2ft high in nettles. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Or have a really chic, studded shoulder bag. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Multiple zips, studded shoes or a neck adorned with heavyweight chains all work. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We will make you earrings of gold, studded with silver. Christianity Today (2000)The building was a shell, with a couple of shaky stud walls and no ceilings. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There is a single slender silver ring on her finger, a discreet stud in each ear. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I love their mini bags and the studded clutch. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He went on to become a racing commentator and to run a small stud, breeding racehorses and ponies. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Green jade stud earrings set in silver are also available at just 9.95, to complete the look. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'stud'
British English: stud /stʌd/ NOUN
Studs are small pieces of metal which are attached to a surface for decoration.
...a black leather jacket with silver studs.
- American English: stud
- Arabic: زِرٌ مَعْدَنِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: tacha prego
- Chinese: 饰钉
- Croatian: zakovica
- Czech: cvoček ozdobný
- Danish: knap
- Dutch: spijker
- European Spanish: tachuela
- Finnish: koristenappi
- French: clou
- German: Ziernagel
- Greek: διακοσμητικό καρφί
- Italian: chiodo
- Japanese: 鋲
- Korean: 장식 못
- Norwegian: stump
- Polish: ćwiek
- European Portuguese: tacha prego
- Romanian: ornament de metal
- Russian: украшение поверхностей путем набивки на нее декоративных гвоздей
- Spanish: tachuela
- Swedish: avelshingst
- Thai: กระดุม
- Turkish: kabara
- Ukrainian: цвях
- Vietnamese: đinh tán
Definition of stud from the Collins English Dictionary
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