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Translation of "stump" - English-Turkish dictionary

stump

verb
 
 
/stʌmp/
be stumped by sth informal to not be able to answer a question or solve a problem because it is too difficult
aklını karıştırmak, içinden çıkılmaz duruma sokmak
Scientists are completely stumped by this virus.Puzzle and confuseDifficult to understand
[I] US to travel to different places to get political support
siyasi destek almak amacıyla şehir şehir/kasaba kasaba dolaşmak
Elections
Translations of “stump”
in Vietnamese làm ai bí, gây bối rối…
in Spanish dejar perflejo, desconcertar…
in Thai ทำให้งง…
in Malaysian berasa hairan…
in French estomaquer…
in German verblüffen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沒有答案…
in Indonesian membuat heran…
in Russian совершать агитационную поездку…
in Chinese (Simplified) 没有答案…
in Polish prowadzić kampanię (wyborczą)…
(Definition of stump verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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