There are 2 translations of stir in Spanish:

stir1

Pronunciation: /stɜːr; stɜː(r)/

n

  • 1 1.1 c (action) to give sth a stir revolver* or (Esp) remover* or (Col tb) rebullir* or (Méx tb) menear algo 1.2 u (movement) movimiento (m) , agitación (f) 1.3 u (excitement) revuelo (m) , conmoción (f) to cause o create o make a stir causar revuelo her arrival caused a great stir su llegada causó or produjo un gran revuelo

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There are 2 translations of stir in Spanish:

stir2

(-rr-)

vt

  • 1 (mix) [liquid/mixture] revolver* , remover* (Esp) , rebullir* (Col) , menear (Méx) cook, stirring constantly, for five minutes cuézalo sin dejar de revolver ( or remover etc) durante cinco minutosto stir sth into sth stir the cream into the soup añada la crema a la sopa y revuelva ( or remueva)
  • 3 3.1 (arouse) [sympathies] despertar* ; [imagination] estimular 3.2 (move, affect) conmover* her story stirred me deeply su historia me conmovió profundamente 3.3 (provoke, incite) to stir sb into action empujar or incitar a algn a la acción his words stirred the mob to fury sus palabras provocaron la furia de la multitud

vi

  • 1 1.1 (change position) [person/animal] moverse* , agitarse ; [branches/leaves/curtain] agitarse 1.2 (venture out) moverse* , salir* he won't stir from his bed no hay quien lo saque or quien lo haga salir de la cama 1.3 (be awake) estar* despierto; (be up) estar* levantado it was midday before anyone stirred nadie se levantó hasta el mediodía
  • 3 (cause trouble) (BrE) [colloquial/familiar], armar lío [familiar/colloquial], meter cizaña

Phrasal verbs

stir up

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
[mud/waters] revolver* , remover* (Esp) ; [memories] despertar* , traer* a la memoria; [hatred/unrest/revolt] provocar* ; [opposition/discontent] promover* , suscitar don't stir up the past no revuelvas or (Esp) remuevas el pasado they're rather apathetic: they need stirring up son algo apáticos: hay que aguijonearlos or pincharlos un poco they stirred up the mob to violence incitaron a la muchedumbre a la violencia to stir up trouble armar lío [familiar/colloquial] she's stirring things up again ya está otra vez revolviendo las cosas or [familiar/colloquial] tratando de armar lío

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