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Translation of "stir" - English-Spanish dictionary

stir

verb /stəː/ ( past tense, past participle stirred)
to cause (a liquid stir ) to be mixed especially by the constant circular movement of a spoon etc, in order to mix it He put sugar and milk into his tea and stirred it She stirred the sugar into the mixture. to move, either slightly or vigorously
moverse, agitarse
The breeze stirred her hair He stirred in his sleep Come on – stir yourselves!
to arouse or touch (a person or his feelings)
conmover, provocar, excitar
He was stirred by her story.
stirring adjective exciting or moving
emocionante, conmovedor
a stirring tale.
stir-fry verb ( past tense, past participle stir-fried) to fry in hot oil for a short time while stirring
sofreír
Stir-fry the vegetables for a few minutes.
stir up phrasal verb to cause (trouble etc)
despertar, provocar, excitar, fomentar
He was trying to stir up trouble at the factory.
(Definition of stir from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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