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stool

noun [C] uk   /stuːl/ us  

stool noun [C] (SEAT)

B2 a seat without any support for the back or arms: a bar/kitchen/piano stool a three-legged stool
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stool noun [C] (EXCRETION)

specialized medical a piece of solid waste from the body: He told the doctor he had been passing bloody stools.
Translations of “stool”
in Korean (등받이와 팔걸이가 없는) 의자, 스툴…
in Arabic كُرْسي بِلا ظَهْر أو ذِراعَين…
in French tabouret…
in Turkish tabure, oturak…
in Italian sgabello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 座位, 凳子…
in Russian табуретка…
in Polish stołek, taboret…
in Spanish taburete…
in Portuguese banco…
in German der Hocker…
in Catalan tamboret…
in Japanese スツール(背もたれやひじかけのない椅子)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 座位, 凳子…
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