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Noun
(of a sporting event or concert) An audience
Noun
The seats provided for guests or attendees in a building or room
Noun
Plural for a stand, booth, or compartment for the sale of goods in a market or large covered area
“Dawn's parents have run a jewelry stall at the market for several years.”
Noun
Plural for an individual compartment for an animal in a stable or cowshed, enclosed on three sides
“Cate put Midnight back in his stall in the stable, then slipped back into the manor, concealing her riding clothing in the back of her wardrobe.”
Noun
(stalls, British) Plural for the seats on the ground floor in a theatre
“Outside, the touts are charging an arm and a leg for a seat in the stalls, with no shortage of takers.”
Noun
Plural for the act of retarding or delaying
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Plural for a manner or expression that hides one's true character or feelings
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Plural for a reason or explanation given to justify a fault or offense
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Plural for a rack or manger for fodder
Noun
Plural for a person who helps another commit a crime or wrongdoing
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Plural for a large farm building used for storing grain, hay, or straw or for housing livestock
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Plural for a narrow seating platform, often without a backrest
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Plural for a building or part of a building where goods or services are sold
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Plural for an enclosed area in a building or structure
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Plural for an area allocated for someone to work in, especially in an office
Noun
Plural for the act of evading or avoiding a clear and honest response
Noun
Plural for a separate section or part of a structure or container
Noun
Plural for a squalid or dilapidated place or dwelling
Verb
To hinder or impede the progress or movement of
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“Those scrutinizing the design may raise questions about potential problems that could stall the project.”
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To bring to a halt or stop
“We joined the traffic in the Easter Parade and managed to stall the car in front of the news cameras stationed across the street from St. Patrick's Cathedral.”
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To speak or act in a deliberately vague way to gain more time to deal with something
“She stared at the note, desperate to stall for time so she could offer a comforting response to Julia.”
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To hold or stave off an event or occurrence
“This committee is set up to prevent or stall for as long as possible the reaching of a decision.”
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To stop operating or functioning
“Wet spark plugs and cables short out, causing the engine to stall.”
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To pause in indecision before doing something
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To postpone or assign to a later time or date
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To evade the truth, typically by being ambiguous
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To move or act at a slow speed
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To spend one's time in an aimless, idle way
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To cause to come to a stop or end
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To extend or draw out, typically a period or duration
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To be, or become, inactive or unchanging
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To stuff or fill completely or excessively
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To delay action until a particular time or event
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To fail to function or succeed
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