stonewalling

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{i} stalling by refusing to cooperate
stalling or delaying especially by refusing to answer questions or cooperate
present participle of stonewall
Stonewall
A series of riots in 1969 New York City, beginning with the patrons of the gay bar "The Stonewall Inn" resisting police arrest, which marked the beginning of the militant gay rights movement

Stonewall means fighting back.

stonewall
To refuse to cooperate, especially in supplying information

At the press conference, the Prime Minister appeared to be stonewalling when asked about tax increases.

stonewall
A wall made up of stone
stonewall
certain, stone cold

Lennon also pointed to a booking for Niall McGinn for diving as a stonewall penalty to add to his grievances.

Stonewall
A series of riots in 1969 New York City beginning with the patrons of a gay bar, The Stonewall Inn, resisting police arrest which marked the beginning of the militant gay rights movement
stonewall
{f} block; obstruct; play defensively (Cricket); (in Parliament) filibuster, give very long speeches in an attempt to stop the passage of a law (British)
stonewall
The nickname for the Stonewall riots in 1969
stonewall
obstruct or hinder any discussion; "Nixon stonewalled the Watergate investigation"; "When she doesn't like to face a problem, she simply stonewalls"
stonewall
obstruct or hinder any discussion; "Nixon stonewalled the Watergate investigation"; "When she doesn't like to face a problem, she simply stonewalls
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engage in delaying tactics or refuse to cooperate; "The President stonewalled when he realized the plot was being uncovered by a journalist"
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disapproval If you say that someone stonewalls, you disapprove of them because they delay giving a clear answer or making a clear decision, often because there is something that they want to hide or avoid doing. The administration is just stonewalling in an attempt to hide their political embarrassment + stonewalling stone·wall·ing After 18 days of stonewalling, he at last came out and faced the issue. a British organization that works to improve the legal rights of homosexual men and women, and to persuade politicians to change any laws that treat homosexuals unfairly. to delay a discussion, decision etc by talking a lot and refusing to answer questions
stonewall
Sometimes called choke, it the point at the opposite end of the centrifugal characteristic from the natural surge point Stonewall is the maximum flow that can be passed through a centrifugal compressor impeller
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The unstable operation of a centrifugal compressor below the design point of the compressor (055)
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To bat only to stop the pitcher from hitting the sticks, without attempting to score A defensive tactic, like basketball's "stall"
stonewalling

    Расстановка переносов

    stone·wall·ing

    Турецкое произношение

    stōnwôlîng

    Произношение

    /ˈstōnˌwôləɴɢ/ /ˈstoʊnˌwɔːlɪŋ/

    Слово дня

    scissile
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