Significado de “stoke” - Diccionario inglés

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stokeverb [ I or T ]

uk /stəʊk/ us /stoʊk/ also stoke up

to add fuel to a large fire and move the fuel around with a stick so that it burns well and produces a lot of heat:

Once the fire had been stoked up, the room began to get warm.

to encourage bad ideas or feelings in a lot of people:

He's been accused of stoking up racial hatred in the region.
Rumours of an emergency meeting of the finance committee stoked the atmosphere of crisis.

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(Definición de stoke de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

stoke en inglés americano

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stokeverb [ T ]

us /stoʊk/

to add fuel to a large enclosed fire and move the fuel around so that it burns well and produces a lot of heat:

Returning to the camp, he stoked the fire.
fig. The flag is a symbol used to stoke the flames of (= increase) national pride.

(Definición de stoke de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stoke en inglés de negocios

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stokeverb [ T ]

uk /stəʊk/ us

to encourage negative ideas or feelings about a particular situation:

Worries about the company's future revenue growth were stoked by a drop in personal computer sales.

(Definición de stoke de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)