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Arabic translation of “stretch”

stretch

noun
 
/stretʃ/
an area of land or water
امتِداد
a stretch of coastline
a continuous period of time
فَترة مُستمِرّة
We had a long stretch of cold weather last month.
at a stretch without stopping
يَعمَل طَويلاً بدون تَوَقُّف
He often worked ten hours at a stretch.
the action of stretching part of your body
تَمَطّي
I always do a few stretches before I go jogging.
(Definition of stretch noun from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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