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stump

noun /stamp/
the part of a tree left in the ground after the trunk has been cut down
tocón, cepa
He sat on a (tree-)stump and ate his sandwiches.
the part of a limb, tooth, pencil etc remaining after the main part has been cut or broken off, worn away etc.
muñón; raigón (diente)
in cricket, one of the three upright sticks forming the wicket.
palo, poste
stumpy adjective being a stump; short and thick like a stump
achaparrado, corto y regordete
The cat had a stumpy tail.
stump up phrasal verb (informal) to pay (a sum of money), often unwillingly
desembolsar
We all stumped up $2 for his present.
(Definition of stump from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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