Definition of “stalk” - English Dictionary

“stalk” in British English

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stalknoun [ C ]

uk /stɔːk/ us /stɑːk/

stalkverb

uk /stɔːk/ us /stɑːk/

(Definition of “stalk” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“stalk” in American English

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stalknoun [ C ]

us /stɔk/

stalk noun [ C ] (PLANT PART)

any stem on a plant, esp. the main stem:

Cynthia says those flowers have pretty tall stalks.

stalkverb

us /stɔk/

stalk verb (FOLLOW)

[ T ] to follow an animal or person as closely as possible without being seen or heard:

He spent the weekend stalking deer to photograph them.
Celebrities are often stalked by photographers and reporters.

stalk verb (WALK)

[ I always + adv/prep ] to walk in an angry or proud way:

She didn’t say anything but stalked furiously out of the room.

(Definition of “stalk” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)