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Significado de “stud” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "stud" - Diccionario Inglés

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studnoun

uk   /stʌd/  us   /stʌd/
  • stud noun (HORSE)

[C] specialized horses a ​group of ​animals, ​especially high-quality ​horses, ​kept for ​breeding: David Grenfell ​runs a 170-acre stud ​farm in Co. Wexford, Ireland.
put (out) to stud
kept for ​breeding: The ​Derbywinner Generous will be put to stud at the end of the ​season.
  • stud noun (MAN)

[C] slang a man who is ​considered to be ​attractive and ​skilledsexually: He ​thinks he's a ​real stud.
  • stud noun (DECORATION)

[C usually plural] a ​smallnail or ​piece of ​metal, with a ​large, ​roundedtop, that is ​attached to the ​surface of something, usually for ​decoration
  • stud noun (BOOT)

[C] UK (US cleat) any of the ​small, ​pointedobjects that ​stick out from the ​bottom of some ​boots and ​shoes used in ​particularsports, for ​examplefootball
studs showing/up
with the studs of ​yourfootballbootspointing at a player's ​leg when you tackle them: A ​slidingtackle with the studs up is ​illegal in most ​leagues.
(Definition of stud from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "stud" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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studnoun [C]

 us   /stʌd/
  • stud noun [C] (MALE ANIMAL)

a ​maleanimalkept esp. for ​breeding
  • stud noun [C] (DECORATION)

a ​small, bright-colored ​nail, often ​speciallyshaped, that is ​fixed esp. to ​cloth or ​leather as ​decoration
  • stud noun [C] (JEWELRY)

a ​smallballfixed to a ​metalpost that ​fits through a ​hole made in the ​body, esp. in the ​ear
  • stud noun [C] (POST)

any of the ​verticalwood or ​metalposts used to make the ​frame of a ​wall
(Definition of stud from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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