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Stiel

muški rodbotanika

1. stalk

imenica

Sinonimi: stalking | still hunt | stalking | hunting | pursuing | stem | angry walk

ETYM Old Eng. stalke, from AS. stael, stel, a stalk. Related to Stale a handle, Stall.
1. A hunt for game carried on by stalking or waiting in ambush; SYN. stalking, still hunt.
2. The act of following prey stealthily; SYN. stalking, hunting, pursuing.
3. A slender or elongated structure that supports a plant or fungus or a plant part or plant organ; SYN. stem.
4. A stiff or threatening gait; SYN. angry walk.

2. stem

imenica

ETYM as. stemn, stefn, staefn.
The tube of a tobacco pipe.
Main supporting axis of a plant that bears the leaves, buds, and reproductive structures; it may be simple or branched. The plant stem usually grows above ground, although some grow underground, including rhizomes, corms, rootstocks, and tubers. Stems contain a continuous vascular system that conducts water and food to and from all parts of the plant.
The point on a stem from which a leaf or leaves arise is called a node, and the space between two successive nodes is the internode. In some plants, the stem is highly modified; for example, it may form a leaflike cladode or it may be twining (as in many climbing plants), or fleshy and swollen to store water (as in cacti and other succulents). In plants exhibiting secondary growth, the stem may become woody, forming a main trunk, as in trees, or a number of branches from ground level, as in shrubs.
1. Check, dam.
2. An act or instance of stemming on skis.

Stiel | nemačko - engleski prevod

Stiel

muški rod

1. stem

imenica

ETYM as. stemn, stefn, staefn.
The tube of a tobacco pipe.
Main supporting axis of a plant that bears the leaves, buds, and reproductive structures; it may be simple or branched. The plant stem usually grows above ground, although some grow underground, including rhizomes, corms, rootstocks, and tubers. Stems contain a continuous vascular system that conducts water and food to and from all parts of the plant.
The point on a stem from which a leaf or leaves arise is called a node, and the space between two successive nodes is the internode. In some plants, the stem is highly modified; for example, it may form a leaflike cladode or it may be twining (as in many climbing plants), or fleshy and swollen to store water (as in cacti and other succulents). In plants exhibiting secondary growth, the stem may become woody, forming a main trunk, as in trees, or a number of branches from ground level, as in shrubs.
1. Check, dam.
2. An act or instance of stemming on skis.

Stiel | nemačko - engleski prevod

Stiel

muški rodgramatika

1. handle

imenica

Sinonimi: grip | handgrip | hold

ETYM AS. handle. Related to Hand.
The part of an object designed to be held in order to use or move it; SYN. grip, handgrip, hold.

2. helve

imenica

A handle of an axe or similar tool

3. shaft

imenica

ETYM Old Eng. shaft, schaft, as. sceaft.
1. A line that forms the length of an arrow pointer.
2. A long rod or pole (especially the handle of an implement or the body of a weapon like a spear or arrow).
3. A vertical passage into a mine.
4. A vertical passageway through a building (as for an elevator).
5. The vertical part of a column.

4. stalk

imenica

Sinonimi: stalking | still hunt | stalking | hunting | pursuing | stem | angry walk

ETYM Old Eng. stalke, from AS. stael, stel, a stalk. Related to Stale a handle, Stall.
1. A hunt for game carried on by stalking or waiting in ambush; SYN. stalking, still hunt.
2. The act of following prey stealthily; SYN. stalking, hunting, pursuing.
3. A slender or elongated structure that supports a plant or fungus or a plant part or plant organ; SYN. stem.
4. A stiff or threatening gait; SYN. angry walk.

5. stem

imenica

ETYM as. stemn, stefn, staefn.
The tube of a tobacco pipe.
Main supporting axis of a plant that bears the leaves, buds, and reproductive structures; it may be simple or branched. The plant stem usually grows above ground, although some grow underground, including rhizomes, corms, rootstocks, and tubers. Stems contain a continuous vascular system that conducts water and food to and from all parts of the plant.
The point on a stem from which a leaf or leaves arise is called a node, and the space between two successive nodes is the internode. In some plants, the stem is highly modified; for example, it may form a leaflike cladode or it may be twining (as in many climbing plants), or fleshy and swollen to store water (as in cacti and other succulents). In plants exhibiting secondary growth, the stem may become woody, forming a main trunk, as in trees, or a number of branches from ground level, as in shrubs.
1. Check, dam.
2. An act or instance of stemming on skis.

6. stick

imenica

Sinonimi: control stick | joystick

ETYM Old Eng. sticke, as. sticca; akin to stician to stab, prick, pierce, German stecken a stick, staff, Old High Germ. steccho, Icel. stik a stick. Related to Stick.
1. A small thin branch of a tree.
2. A length of wood.
3. A lever used by a pilot to control the ailerons and elevators of an airplane; SYN. control stick, joystick.
4. Threat of a penalty.

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