There are 2 translations of stoop in Spanish:

stoop1

Pronunciation: /stuːp/

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • 1 1.1 (have a stoop) she's beginning to stoop se está encorvando he stoops a little es un poco cargado de espaldas or encorvado 1.2
    (stooping present participle/participio presente)
    [posture] encorvado; [shoulders] caído
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    • During the Brixton riots inquiry in 1981 his tall, stooping figure appeared regularly on television.
    • Though he stoops over as if gravity is dragging down his meaty shoulders, Rod standing tall is six feet six inches and 270 pounds.
    • His injuries healed but as he grew bigger the scar tissue contracted and he began to stoop like an old man.
  • 2 (bend over) agacharse
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    • I was pruning the flowerbeds, mowing the grass, that sort of thing, and had just stooped down to pick up a piece of litter when a red rubber ball landed about twenty centimetres from me.
    • Instinctively Loretta stooped down to pick it up.
    • Jorge stooped down, picked it up and dusted it off.
  • 3 (demean oneself) how could she stoop so low? ¿cómo pudo llegar tan bajo? to stoop to sth/-ing rebajarse a algo/+ infinitive/infinitivo I'm not going to stoop to his level no voy a rebajarme a su nivel to stoop to + infinitive/infinitivo rebajarse a + infinitive/infinitivo

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • don't stoop your shoulders! ponte derecho he stoops his shoulders se encorva

noun/nombre

  • (posture) (no plural/sin plural) he has a slight stoop es un poco cargado de espaldas or encorvado she walks with a stoop camina encorvada

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There are 2 translations of stoop in Spanish:

stoop2

Pronunciation: /stuːp/

noun/nombre

  • (porch) (American English/inglés norteamericano) entrada (feminine) ([ a la que se accede por una escalinata ])

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