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stirrup

noun /ˈstirəp/
one of a pair of metal objects that hang down either side of a horse’s saddle and are used to support the rider’s foot
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She put her foot in the stirrup and jumped up on the pony.
(medical) one of a pair of metal supports in which a woman’s ankles can be placed in order to hold her legs in place during a medical examination or childbirth.
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(also stirrup bone) (anatomy ) a small stirrup-shaped bone in the middle ear that transmits vibrations to the inner ear; stapes.
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Translations of “stirrup”
in Chinese (Traditional) 馬鐙…
in Russian стремя…
in Turkish üzengi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 马镫…
in Polish strzemię…
(Definition of stirrup from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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