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Translation of "stoop" - English-Spanish dictionary

stoop

verb /stuːp/
to bend the top half of your body forward and down agacharse, encorvarse He stooped to pick up the letter.
noun   /stuːp/ US
a set of steps leading up to the front door of a house escaleras de entrada a una vivienda
(Definition of stoop from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stoop

verb /stuːp/
to bend the body forward and downward inclinarse, agacharse The doorway was so low that he had to stoop (his head) to go through it She stooped down to talk to the child.
to lower one’s (moral) standards by doing something rebajarse Surely he wouldn’t stoop to cheating!
stooped adjective
encorvado stooped shoulders He is stooped with age.
(Definition of stoop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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