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stock-stilladverb

uk   /ˌstɒkˈstɪl/  us   /ˌstɑːk-/
without moving; completely still: On seeing us, the deer stood stock-still for a moment, then turned and retreated into the forest.
Translations of “stock-still”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一動不動地, 靜止地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一动不动地, 静止地…
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