• US /stɚ/
  • UK /stɜ:(r)/
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  • v. 激起; 攪拌;
  • n. 騷動;轟動;
  • His stories about life in his country stir my interest; now I want to go there
  • After you add the milk you will stir the two together
  • The wife caused a stir when she said her family was moving

台灣美味的街頭小吃 (Tasty Street Food in Taiwan)

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  1. they're used in stir fries, salads, soups, or even juice.

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孫子兵法 (The Art of War Audiobook by Sun Tzu)

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  1. bait, it will be advisable not to stir forth, but rather to retreat, thus enticing

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  1. prison. romany word 'staripen', an immovable thing or place from which you cannot move, ultimately connecterd to the word 'stasis'
    he's doing stir
  2. to be moved and shaken to motivate and stimulate
    STIR in me a fire that the world cannot explain I come to worship you
  3. prison, jail, "the joint", poky/pokey 1851, etymology unknown
    Frenchy, gimme the money! I wouldn't invest our last six thou if you had a legit idea ... much less something that's gonna land the three of you jerks back in stir. (Small Time Crooks)
  4. Australian slang; Sydney (verb): to tease someone playfully about something which they are usually innocent of. For example, teasing someone about being lazy, when you actually don't think they are lazy, but just want to see their reaction.
    I was just stirring him when i called him an idiot. I didn't really mean it