Definición de stub en inglés:

stub

Saltos de línea: stub
Pronunciación: /stʌb
 
/

sustantivo

1The truncated remnant of a pencil, cigarette, or similar-shaped object after use: the ashtray was full of stubs a pencil stub the stub of a candle
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Working by candlelight with the stub of his last pencil, he finally achieved the transformation of a humble o into the majestic 0.
  • When Amiry was writing her script, her husband hoarded her pencil stubs, revealing his secret stash in Medium of Love.
  • Are there any others out there who find comfort in the stub of pencil on a string and other mildly eccentric aspects of elections past?
Sinónimos
1.1A truncated or unusually short thing: he wagged his little stub of tail
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The second cut should be outside the first cut, all the way through the branch, leaving a short stub.
  • Deb harvests cuttings from her potted succulents, leaving short stubs of stem that can be poked through the wreath's outer layer of moss.
  • A Siamese had only a stub of a tail, a short-haired spotted cat walked strangely, with only three legs.
1.2 [as modifier] Denoting a projection or hole that goes only part of the way through a surface: a stub tenon
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  • Two stub walls with ample storage for china and linens loosely define the seating and dining areas.
  • The massive columns were delivered to the site with stub pieces prewelded to them, and the steel beams were bolted to those stubs.
  • Is there a minimum or maximum stub length required for Y cables?
2The counterfoil of a cheque, receipt, ticket, or other document: retain your ticket stubs he drew out his chequebook and checked the stubs
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • You can use ticket stubs or ribbons or receipts or photos or envelopes or napkins to mark your place in books.
  • The INS recommends that tourists bring hotel receipts and ticket stubs from sightseeing destinations and transportation.
  • Fans will also have to retain ticket stubs during the game to ensure that they are in the correct seats.
Sinónimos
counterfoil, ticket slip, detachable portion, coupon, tab, receipt

verbo (stubs, stubbing, stubbed)

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1Accidentally strike (one’s toe) against something: I stubbed my toe, swore, and tripped
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Amy cried out as she accidentally stubbed her toe on one of the wooden bedposts.
  • People are stubbing their toes and feet and falling all over.
  • I am always stubbing my toe, smashing my arms against walls, tripping over, scratching myself.
2Extinguish (a lighted cigarette) by pressing the lighted end against something: she stubbed out her cigarette in the overflowing ashtray
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • All ashtrays must be removed and provision made at the entrance to premises where cigarettes can be stubbed out.
  • The scene made Lady Peacemaker think of a giant cigarette butt being stubbed out.
  • Kienan stubbed out his cigarette in the ashtray and lit another, grimacing imperceptibly as he did.
3Grub up (a plant) by the roots: he was found to have stubbed up a hedge

Origen

Old English stub(b) 'stump of a tree', of Germanic origin. The verb is first recorded ( late Middle English) in sense 3; sense 1 of the verb (mid 19th century) was originally a US usage.

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noun
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