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Stall

Definition of stall:

part of speech: verb

To come to a standstill by any obstruction.

part of speech: noun

Division of a stable for a single animal; stable; bench on which articles are exposed for sale; seat of a cathedral dignitary.

part of speech: noun

A place where a horse or other animal stands and is fed: a division of a stable for a single animal: a stable: a bench or table on which articles are exposed for sale: the fixed seat of a church dignitary in the choir: a reserved seat in a theatre.

part of speech: verb

To place or keep in a stall: to stop by any obstruction, or by unskilful management; as, to stall an engine.

part of speech: noun

An inclosed space in a stable where a horse or cow is kept and fed; a bench, table, or booth where goods are exposed for sale; a seat in the choir of a church; in Great Britain, a theater seat in the parquet or orchestra.

part of speech: verb

To put or keep in a stall.

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