stay

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kalmak

Amcam şu anda Hong Kong'da kalmaktadır. - My uncle is staying in Hong Kong at present.

Bir gece daha kalmak istiyorum. Mümkün mü? - I'd like to stay one more night. Is that possible?

kalma süresi
{i} kalma

Bir gece daha kalmak istiyorum. Mümkün mü? - I'd like to stay one more night. Is that possible?

Amcam şu anda Hong Kong'da kalmaktadır. - My uncle is staying in Hong Kong at present.

{i} oturma

Gece geç saatlere kadar oturmamalısın. - You must not stay up late.

Bu havada dışarı çıkmayıp evde oturmak en doğrusu. - In this kind of weather, it's best to stay home and not go outside.

{i} engel
{i} ikamet

John iki haftalık hastane ikametinden sonra işe geri döndü. - John went back to work after a two-week hospital stay.

{i} dayanma
{i} durma

Ondan uzak durmalısın. - You should stay away from him.

Ondan uzak durmalısın. - You should stay away from her.

{i} ziyaret

San Fransisko'yu bir dahaki ziyaretimde o otelde kalmak istiyorum. - Next time I visit San Francisco, I'd like to stay at that hotel.

O, Japonya'da kalıyorken sık sık Kyoto'yu ziyaret etti. - While she was staying in Japan, she often visited Kyoto.

{i} alıkoyma
{i} erteleme
{i} destek

Tom beni desteklemek için kaldı. - Tom stayed to back me up.

{i} kalma süresi; ziyaret süresi, ziyaret: a three-week stay üç haftalık bir ziyaret
{f} durmak

Onlardan uzak durmak zorundasın. - You have to stay away from them.

Ondan uzak durmak zorundasın. - You have to stay away from him.

{i} balina: collar stay yaka balinası. corset stay
{f} ikamet etmek
orsa alabanda edip dönmek
{i} destekçi
eğlenmek

Herkes yatakta kalmamı öneriyor fakat ben dışarı çıkmak ve eğlenmek istiyorum. - Everyone suggest me to stay in bed, but I want to go out and enjoy.

payanda
(Askeri) istiralya
{i} gergi
mafsal
(Askeri) istiralya ile takviye etmek
takviye
(Askeri) istiralyata
(Tekstil) sağlamlaştırma parçası
koşma

Kalmam ya da koşmam gerekip gerekmediğini bilmiyorum. - I don't know if I should stay or run.

(Askeri) larmo
yavaşlatmak
dayamak
dayak
açlığı bastırmak
olarak kalmak
ertelemek
sürdürüp tamamlamak
geçiştirmek
geciktirmek
kalış

Kalışını beş gün uzattı. - She extended her stay by five days.

Tom kalışını üç gün uzattı. - Tom extended his stay by three days.

durdurmak
bastırmak
{f} kal

Burada daha uzun kalmak istiyorum. - I want to stay here longer.

Bir gece daha kalmak istiyorum. Mümkün mü? - I'd like to stay one more night. Is that possible?

dayanmak
{i} istralya
{f} önlemek
{f} beklemek

Burada kalmak ve bizimle beklemek istemediğinden emin misin? - Are you sure you don't want to stay here and wait with us?

Burada ne kadar beklemek zorundayız? - How long do we have to stay here?

{f} oyalanmak
{f} 1. kalmak: I can't stay here any longer. Burada daha fazla kalamam. Stay where you are! Bulunduğun yerde kal! How long are interest rates
tiramola etmek
in stays tiramola
kalmak: I can't stay here any longer. Burada daha fazla kalamam. Stay where you are! Bulunduğun yerde kal! How long are interest rates
{f} germek
istralya ile takviye etmek
{f} alıkoymak
dönmek

Tom daha uzun kalmak isterdi ama ofise geri dönmek zorundaydı. - Tom would've liked to stay longer, but he had to get back to the office.

Tom Boston'da birkaç gün daha kalmak istedi ama Şikago'ya dönmek zorundaydı. - Tom wanted to stay in Boston for a few more days, but he had to get back to Chicago.

{f} sabitlemek
{f} bırakmamak
(Kanun) tehir etmek
tehir
dayanak
kol

Dışarıda kalmak dışarı çıkmaktan daha kolaydır. - It is easier to stay out than to get out.

Sağlıklı kalmak her zaman kolay değil. - It's not always easy to stay healthy.

tutmak

Bu kulübün bir üyesi kalmak istiyorsanız balık tutmak ya da yem kesmek zorundasınız. - If you want to stay a member of this club, you have to fish or cut bait.

desteklemek

Tom beni desteklemek için kaldı. - Tom stayed to back me up.

menetmek
mesnet
balina
gergi halatı
kalmam
kalışı
stay in
(Fiili Deyim ) sokağa çıkmamak , evde kalmak
stay up
(Fiili Deyim ) yatmamak

Dan bütün gece boyunca yatmamak istiyordu. - Dan was going to stay up all night long.

Gece geç saatlere kadar yatmamak iyi değildir. - It's not good to stay up late at night.

stay away
(işe) karıştırmamak
stay away
başka yerde kalmak
stay back
atomlamak
stay behind
geri kalmak
stay behind
arkada kalmak
stay in
dışarı çıkmamak
stay in
içeride kalmak

Benim çocuklarım hava karardıktan sonra içeride kalmak zorundalar. - My children have to stay indoors after dark.

İçeride kalmaktansa dışarı çıkmayı tercih ederim. - I would prefer to go out than stay in.

stay loyal
sadık kalmak
stay out
dışarıda gezip tozmak
stay out
dışarıda kalmak

Dışarıda kalmak istiyorum. - I want to stay outside.

Dışarıda kalmak dışarı çıkmaktan daha kolaydır. - It is easier to stay out than to get out.

stay out of
dışında kalmak
stay out of
dışında durmak
stay overnight
yatıya kalmak
stay pin
(Askeri) lokma
stay put
burada kal
stay put
kıpırdamadan durmak
stay the night
geceyi geçirmek
stay until evening
akşamı etmek
stay until evening
akşamlamak
stay bar
gergi çubuğu
stay bolt
setuskur
stay bolt
tespit cıvatası
stay in
evde kalmak

Şiddetli havalarda, evde kalmak en iyisidir. - In severe weather, it's best to stay indoors.

Tom su çiçeği olduğu için evde kalmak zorunda. - Tom has to stay in the house because he has the chicken pox.

stay in place
yerinde kal
stay on
bulun
stay on
kalmaya devam etmek

Keşke diyette kalmaya devam etmek için irade gücüm olsa. - I wish I had the will power to stay on a diet.

stay temporarily
geçici olarak kal
stay up
yatma

Sık sık gece geç saatlere kadar yatmam. - I often stay up all night.

Sık sık gece geç saatlere kadar yatmazdı. - He often used to stay up until late at night.

stay with him
yanında kalmak
stay-at-home
dört duvar arasında oturan kişi
stay-in strike
oturma grevi
stay a while
bir süre kalmak
stay aloof
(deyim) Uzak durmak, soğuk davranmak, araya mesafe koymak
stay asleep
Uykuda kalmak, uyanamamak
stay at
kalmak

Fırtınadan dolayı, evde kalmaktan başka seçeneğimiz yoktu. - Because of the storm, we had no choice but to stay at home.

Evde kalmak sıkıcıdır. - It's boring to stay at home.

stay awake
Uyumamak, uyanık kalmak
stay away from
-den uzak durmak
stay back
Yaklaşmamak, geri çekilmek, geride durmak
stay bolt
tespit civatasi, setuskur
stay calm
sakin ol

Herkes sakin olsun lütfen. - Please stay calm, everyone.

Sakin olun ve gitmeye devam edin. - Stay calm and keep going.

stay clear
açık kalmak
stay connected
(Bilgisayar) bağlı kal
stay cool
serin kalmak
stay down
Oturmayın
stay firm
Kararlı durumunu muhafaza etmek
stay focused
odaklanmış bir biçimde kalmak
stay for tea
çay içmek için kalın
stay friends
kalmak gör
stay friends
Arkadaş olarak kalmak
stay in bed
yatakta kal
stay in contact
İletişimi kesmemek

Many of the international students stay in contact with their friends after they have gone back to their homelands.

stay in power
İktidarda kalmak

If you want to stay in power, you should possess a few qualities.

stay in shadow of
Gölgesinde kalmak
stay in shape
Formda kalmak

Doktor formda kalmak için biraz spor yapmaya başlamamı tavsiye etti. - The doctor advised me to take up some sport to stay in shape.

Formda kalmak için egzersiz yaparım. - I work out to stay in shape.

stay in the loop
(deyim) Bkz. in the loop
stay in touch
Bağlantıda kalmak
stay in touch with
-ile teması sürdürmek, -ile teması devam ettirmek
stay of
kalış
stay of execution
(Kanun) Yürütmenin durdurulması
stay off
uzakta kalmak
stay off one's feet
(deyim) Ayakta kalmamak, dinlenmek
stay on course
rotasında olmak
stay on one's toes
(deyim) Tetikte olmak
stay on road
yolda kal
stay out
of: - den uzak durmak
stay out late
Geç vakte kadar dışarıda kalmak
stay out late
Geç vakte kadar dışarıda kalmak, geç saatlere dek eve gelmemek
stay out of trouble
Beladan uzak durmak
stay over
Bir yerde gecelemek, geceyi orda geçirmek
stay overnight
gecelemek
stay overnight
bir gece kalma
stay plate
tespit levhası, takviye levhası
stay put
yerinden kımıldamamak
stay rod
tespit çubuğu, bağlama çubuğu
stay still
hala kalmak
stay the night
gecelemek
stay the same
aynı kalmak
stay together
arada kalmak
stay tuned
Bizi izlemeye devam edin

Bizi izlemeye devam edin. Hemen döneceğiz. - Stay tuned. We'll be right back.

Yeni bir bölüm için bizi izlemeye devam edin. - Stay tuned for a new episode.

stay up for
kadar kalacak
stay up late
gece geç saatlere kadar uyanık kalmak
stay ups
kalmak ups
stay well
sağlıcakla kal
stay wire
lente teli
stay-at-home dad
evden çıkmayan baba
stay-ups
kalmak-ups
stay at home
evde oturmak
stay away
(Fiili Deyim ) (bir yere) gelmemek
stay away from
uzak durmak

Ondan uzak durmak zorundasın. - You have to stay away from her.

Tom'tan uzak durmak en iyisi. - It's best to stay away from Tom.

stay belly
(Askeri) larmo astarı
stay deadeyes
(Askeri) istiralya boğataları
stay down strike
oturma grevi
stay down strike
oturma eylemi
stay in
(bir yerde/bir işte) çalışmaya devam etmek: He's going to stay in teaching
stay in place
yerinde kalmak
stay in strike
işyerinden çıkmama eylemi
stay mum
{k} kimseye bir şey söylememek, ağzını açmamak, konuşmamak
stay on hold
mevcut durumu korumak
stay out
of -den uzak durmak
stay put
sabit durmak
stay put
kımıldamamak
stay put
{k} bulunduğu/istenilen yerde kalmak: This picture won't stay put; it keeps falling. Bu resim taktığım yerde durmuyor; hep düşüyor
stay rod
tespit çubuğu
stay the course
yarışın veya zor bir olayın sonuna kadar dayanmak
stay tube
payanda borusu
stay with
ile kalmak

Grup ile kalmak zorundayım. - I have to stay with the group.

Sadece Tom ile kalmak istedim. - I just wanted to stay with Tom.

stay with us
bizi izlemeye devam edin
staying
kalma

Amcam şu anda Hong Kong'da kalmaktadır. - My uncle is staying in Hong Kong at present.

Evde kalmak sıkıcıdır. - Staying at home is boring.

stays
korse
stay behind
(Askeri) yedek
stay on
bulunmak
stay out
girilmez
stay out of
uzak durmak

Uluslararası tartışmalardan uzak durmak istediler. - They wanted to stay out of international conflicts.

staying
germe
staying
{f} kal

Şimdi çalışmalıyım ama Tatoeba'da kalmayı tercih ediyorum. - I should study now, but I prefer staying on Tatoeba.

Kentaro, arkadaşıyla Kyoto'da kalıyor. - Kentaro is staying with his friend in Kyoto.

Stay in
kaller
Stay with
kalle
a stay
a kalmak
stayed
kaldık
staying
kalarak

Ucuz bir otelde kalarak seyahat giderlerini tasarruf etti. - I saved on travelling expenses by staying at a cheap hotel.

stays
kalır

Okulumuzdaki birçok öğrenci gibi, Tom geç saatlere kadar gece eğitimine kalır. - Like many students at our school, Tom stays up until late at night studying.

Kate hafta sonları Izu'da kalır. - Kate stays in Izu on weekends.

stay away
(from) (-den) uzak durmak
stay in
içeride kalmak, dışarı çıkmamak; evin içinde kalmak
stay out
(Fiili Deyim ) evde bulunmamak , dışarıda kalmak
stay put
(deyim) oldugu yerde durmak,yerinden kipirdamamak
stay put
(Fiili Deyim ) olduğu yerde durmak , kıpırdamamak
stay up
desteklenmek
stay with
birlikte oturmak
stay with
arayı açmamak
stayer
azimli kimse
stayer
sonuna kadar devam eden kimse
stayer
vazgeçmeyen kimse
stayer
kalıcı kimse
staying
{i} oturma
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A rope or wire supporting or stabilizing a platform, such as a bridge, a pole, such as a tentpole or a mast, or other structural element

The engineer insisted on using stays for the scaffolding.

To postpone

The governor stayed the execution until the appeal could be heard.

A period of time spent in a place

I hope you enjoyed your stay in Hawaii.

To remain in a particular place

I can only stay for an hour.

A postponement, especially of an execution or other punishment

The governor granted a stay of execution.

A piece of stiff material, such as plastic or whalebone, used to stiffen a piece of clothing

Where are the stays for my collar?.

To continue to have a particular quality

Wear gloves so your hands stay warm.

continuing or remaining in a place or state; "they had a nice stay in Paris"; "a lengthy hospital stay"; "a four-month stay in bankruptcy court" (nautical) brace consisting of a heavy rope or wire cable used as a support for a mast or spar a thin strip of metal or bone that is used to stiffen a garment (e
stop a judicial process; "The judge stayed the execution order"
remain behind; "I had to stay at home and watch the children"
{v} to continue in a place, stop, prevent, rest, depend, prop
{n} a continuance, stop, prop, ship-tackling
A stopping or arresting of a judicial proceeding by order of a court (e g a stay of enforcement of a judgment)
a thin strip of metal or bone that is used to stiffen a garment (e g a corset)
To continue in a state
In bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, the suspension by statute or court order of a creditor's ability to exercise a right it would otherwise have to take legal action, including action to collect a debt
continuing or remaining in a place or state; "they had a nice stay in Paris"; "a lengthy hospital stay"; "a four-month stay in bankruptcy court"
The suspension of a legal case or specified proceedings within it by the order of a court
To come to an end; to cease; as, that day the storm stayed
An order whereby some action is forbidden or held in abeyance until some event occurs or the issuing body lifts its order Frequently, an order preventing the enforcement of a Decision or Order in a matter while it is on appeal
i e if she stops her weaving to look down at Camelot
Halting a judicial proceeding by order of the court
A court order halting an event
the state of inactivity following an interruption; "the negotiations were in arrest"; "held them in check"; "during the halt he got some lunch"; "the momentary stay enabled him to escape the blow"; "he spent the entire stop in his seat"
Small, rectangular, pointed pieces of plastic or brass that fits inside the collar point to help keep its shape
If you stay the night in a place, you sleep there for one night. They had invited me to come to supper and stay the night
a judicial order forbidding some action until an event occurs or the order is lifted; "the Supreme Court has the power to stay an injunction pending an appeal to the whole Court"
To support from sinking; to sustain with strength; to satisfy in part or for the time
To change tack; as a ship
a trial of endurance; "ride out the storm"
To hold out in a race or other contest; as, a horse stays well
stay put (in a certain place); "We are staying in Detroit; we are not moving to Cincinnati"; "Stay put in the corner here!"; "Stick around and you will learn something!"
To remain; to continue in a place; to abide fixed for a space of time; to stop; to stand still
Cessation of motion or progression; stand; stop
To fasten or secure with stays; as, to stay a flat sheet in a steam boiler
A rod or wire that supports the mast in a fore/aft position
To hinde&?;; to delay; to detain; to keep back
Hindrance; let; check
Continuance in a place; abode for a space of time; sojourn; as, you make a short stay in this city
If someone or something stays in a particular state or situation, they continue to be in it. The Republican candidate said he would `work like crazy to stay ahead'. community care networks that offer classes on how to stay healthy = remain
To tack, as a vessel, so that the other side of the vessel shall be presented to the wind
If you stay out of something, you do not get involved in it. In the past, the UN has stayed out of the internal affairs of countries unless invited in
To stop from motion or falling; to prop; to fix firmly; to hold up; to support
That which serves as a prop; a support
overcome or allay; "quell my hunger"
stay the same; remain in a certain state; "The dress remained wet after repeated attempts to dry it"; "rest assured"; "stay alone"; "He remained unmoved by her tears"; "The bad weather continued for another week"
Line supporting a mast fore and aft
When a player remains in the game by calling rather than raising
In English change ringing, in which bells are required to swing in a full 360-degree circle, it is necessary to brake the movement of each bell when it arrives in "up" position in order to keep it from continuing in the same direction instead of starting its return The stay is a projecting wooden arm or bar attached to the bell yoke which is stopped by a slider when the bell has reached an inverted position (See Slider )
(nautical) brace consisting of a heavy rope or wire cable used as a support for a mast or spar
stop or halt; "Please stay the bloodshed!"
Strictly, a part in tension to hold the parts together, or stiffen them
of Ship
Restraint of passion; moderation; caution; steadiness; sobriety
a corset a judicial order forbidding some action until an event occurs or the order is lifted; "the Supreme Court has the power to stay an injunction pending an appeal to the whole Court"
A large, strong rope, employed to support a mast, by being extended from the head of one mast down to some other, or to some part of the vessel
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{i} act of halting; visit, temporary residence; suspension of a legal proceeding; brace; small piece of bone or plastic used to stiffen part of a garment; heavy rope (Nautical)
To dwell; to tarry; to linger
(nautical) brace consisting of a heavy rope or wire cable used as a support for a mast or spar a thin strip of metal or bone that is used to stiffen a garment (e
A stay order can be sought by a liable parent seeking a departure from a child support assessment This puts the collection of child support 'on hold' until the departure is heard by the Departure from Assessment Team •Stage 2 - Child Support
{f} visit, spend time in a place; remain temporarily; lodge; remain in a specific state; stop, halt; wait; postpone, delay; restrain; appease
If you stay put, you remain somewhere. Nigel says for the moment he is very happy to stay put in Lyon
To cause to cease; to put an end to
If you stay away from a place, you do not go there. Government employers and officers also stayed away from work during the strike Every single employee turned up at the meeting, even people who usually stayed away. = keep
stay behind; "The smell stayed in the room"; "The hostility remained long after they made up"
A court order halting a judicial proceeding
A large strong rope employed to support the mast on the fore part, by extending from its upper end towards the fore part of the ship as the shrouds are extended to the right and left and behind it
fasten with stays
To wait; to attend; to forbear to act
stay behind
An agent who lives in a foreign country, and can be activated in certain circumstances
stay behind
To remain where one is, whilst others leave
stay put
To remain in one fixed place

I keep adjusting the focus, but it won't stay put.

stay the course
To persist or continue

If you decide to stay the course and finish engineering school, it will mean long hours and sleepless nights.

stay the night
to spend a night at someone else's home

If you can't find another place to crash, you can stay the night at mine if you like.

stay tuned
Pay attention for future developments about the topic
stay tuned
To not tune to another broadcast radio station or television channel

Don't touch that dial! Stay tuned for more Make-Believe Ballroom after a word from our sponsors.

stay up
To remain awake, to not go to bed

She stayed up past her bedtime.

stay up
To maintain an erection

He told his lover he has a problem staying up.

stay-at-home
Not employed, and rather devoting more time to one's children
stay-button
a button on a corset
stay out
If you stay out at night, you remain away from home, especially when you are expected to be there. That was the first time Elliot stayed out all night stay in
stay awake
Not to sleep, be alert
stay back
Not go near to a person or place
stay of execution
An order whereby a judgment is precluded from being executed for a specific period of time
stay off one's feet
Rest
stay on course
following the intended route

time, unfortunately, doesn't make it easy to stay on course.

stay on one's toes
(deyim) Be Alert
stay on top
1. (stay on top of someone or something) Lit. to remain positioned on the top of someone or something. 2. (stay on top of someone or something) Fig. to keep well-informed about someone or something; to keep watch over someone or something

1. Please stay on top of the hill until we call you. 2. The wind is blowing and this sheet of plastic will not stay on top of me, so I am getting soaked!.

stay strapped
(deyim) When one is carrying a weapon, particularly a firearm: "Stay strapped, nigga...stay strapped."
stay-at-home dad
A homemaker is a person whose prime occupation is to care for their family and/or home; the term is originally an Americanism, and while it has entered mainstream English, it is not in common usage outside the United States. Finding a term to describe the modern man or woman who has left the paid workforce to care for their family is problematic. The term homemaker is used in preference to either housewife or househusband because it is inclusive, defines the role in terms of activities, rather than relation to another, and is independent of marital status. The terms (informal) stay-at-home mom and stay-at-home dad are also used, particularly if the person views their central role as caring for children. The euphemistic term "domestic engineer" has gone out of favor, being seen by some as satirical, as if to give a sense of mock dignity to a role held in low esteem by the speaker or writer. Likewise, the term "housekeeper" has come to describe hired cleaning help, and is no longer used—other than in a derogatory way—to describe homemaking. None of these terms adequately convey the diversity of activities an individual homemaker might choose to pursue, such as volunteer work, small-scale farming, education, religious ministry, political involvement, homeschooling, etc
stay-at-home mom
A homemaker is a person whose prime occupation is to care for their family and/or home; the term is originally an Americanism, and while it has entered mainstream English, it is not in common usage outside the United States. Finding a term to describe the modern man or woman who has left the paid workforce to care for their family is problematic. The term homemaker is used in preference to either housewife or househusband because it is inclusive, defines the role in terms of activities, rather than relation to another, and is independent of marital status. The terms (informal) stay-at-home mom and stay-at-home dad are also used, particularly if the person views their central role as caring for children. The euphemistic term "domestic engineer" has gone out of favor, being seen by some as satirical, as if to give a sense of mock dignity to a role held in low esteem by the speaker or writer. Likewise, the term "housekeeper" has come to describe hired cleaning help, and is no longer used—other than in a derogatory way—to describe homemaking. None of these terms adequately convey the diversity of activities an individual homemaker might choose to pursue, such as volunteer work, small-scale farming, education, religious ministry, political involvement, homeschooling, etc
stay-awake
(designating) a pill or other product designed to prevent or delay sleep
stay at a hotel
spend time at a hotel
stay in
If you stay in during the evening, you remain at home and do not go out. Before we had our child the idea of staying in every night would have been horrific. go out
stay in touch
keep in touch, be in touch with, maintain a connection with/to, maintain ties with/to, remain in contact with
stay of exit order
command ordered by a court to prevent a resident from leaving the boundaries of the state
stay off of
do not get on top of, do not climb onto
stay on
If you stay on somewhere, you remain there after other people have left or after the time when you were going to leave. He had managed to arrange to stay on in Adelaide So few teenage Britons stay on at school, compared with the rest of Europe
stay together
be loyal to one another, especially in times of trouble; "The two families stuck together throughout the war"
stayer
An athlete with staying power
stays
plural form of stay
stays
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stay
stays
A corset

Her face was whiter than snow, and her heart was throbbing through her stays.

stayed
{a} stopped, propped, serious, steady
stayer
{n} one who stops or supports
stays
{n} of stay, a woman's bodice, ropes in a ship
Stay calm
(deyim) keep your shirt on
stay at
reside temporarily; "I'm staying at the Hilton
stay away
stay clear of, avoid; "Keep your hands off my wife!"; "Keep your distance from this man--he is dangerous"
stay away from
do not come near to, do not attempt to approach, keep your distance
stay off
refrain from entering or walking onto; "keep off the grass"; "stay off the premises"
stay on
continue in a place, position, or situation; "After graduation, she stayed on in Cambridge as a student adviser"; "Stay with me, please"; "despite student protests, he remained Dean for another year"; "She continued as deputy mayor for another year"
stay over
stay overnight; "The boy's friends were allowed to sleep over after the birthday party"
stay over
delay, remain
stay put
stay put (in a certain place); "We are staying in Detroit; we are not moving to Cincinnati"; "Stay put in the corner here!"; "Stick around and you will learn something!"
stay put
remain in one place
stay up
not go to bed; "Don't stay up so late--you have to go to work tomorrow"; "We sat up all night to watch the election
stay up
If you stay up, you remain out of bed at a time when most people have gone to bed or at a time when you are normally in bed yourself. I used to stay up late with my mom and watch movies
stay up late
remain awake until late hours of the night
stayed
Past tense of to stay
stayed
Staid; fixed; settled; sober; now written staid
stayer
a person or other animal having powers of endurance or perseverance; "the horse that won the race is a good stayer
stayer
One who upholds or supports that which props; one who, or that which, stays, stops, or restrains; also, colloquially, a horse, man, etc
stayer
that has endurance, an a race
stayer
a horse or person that is able to continue to the end of a long race, job etc
stayer
a person or other animal having powers of endurance or perseverance; "the horse that won the race is a good stayer"
staying
{i} remaining; stopping, halting
staying
present participle of stay
stays
plural of stay
stays
Lines to support a mast, running from near the top of the mast to the bow and to both sides of the hull The stays to the sides of the hull are also called shrouds, but the line to the bow is always the forestay
stays
Same as shrouds except they originate from the bow and stern The one that comes from the bow is called the "forestay", the one from the stern is called the "backstay"
stays
Threaded metal rods used to hold the inner and outer sections of the firebox together or to hold the firebox to the boiler barrel
stays
a woman's close-fitting foundation garment
stays
1) Part of the standing rigging; lines running aloft from on deck to points on the masts, "used to support the masts in a fore-and-aft or thwartship direction " (Underhill) 2) [Stay, verb] "To put a sailing vessel in a position to tack or go about when she fails to react to the helmsman's intention she is said to 'miss stays' " (Uden & Cooper)
stays
Rigging that supports the mast, shrouds
stays
third-person singular of stay
stay
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