1. To straighten oneself; SYN. pull up, straighten up.
2. To form or arrange in order or formation, as of a body of soldiers.
3. To cause to stop; as of vehicles; SYN. pull up.
4. To approach (said of vehicles or their riders); SYN. pull up, haul up.
ETYM Mid. Eng. strecchen to stretch.
1. To make straight or straighter.
2. To make straight; SYN. straighten out.
3. To straighten up or out; make straight; SYN. unbend.
1. To come about, happen, or occur
2. To come to light; become known
3. To exude water vapor; of plants.
4. To give off (water) through the skin.
5. To pass through the tissue or substance or its pores or interstices, as of gas; SYN. transpirate.
6. Exhale; give off or escape as vapor; become known; happen.