English → English - stanch

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v. stop the flow of a liquid; cause a wound to stop bleeding (also staunch)
adj. loyal, steadfast; strong, solid, sturdy (also staunch)

English → Spanish - stanch

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v. estancar, restañar; estancarse, quedarse estancado
adj. firme; adicto, fiel, confiable; contener, detener

English → French - stanch

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v. arrêter, étancher
adj. fidèle; solide

English → German - stanch

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v. abbinden
adj. stillen; abbinden

English → Indonesian - stanch

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v. menghentikan, melunakkan
a. teguh, kukuh, ulat, setia, dipercaya: yg dpt dipercaya, bakti, tahan air

English → Italian - stanch

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agg. stagnare; stagnare il sangue di; (estens) arrestare il flusso di; tamponare; fermare

English → Polish - stanch

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a. arcychrześcijański

English → Portuguese - stanch

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v. parar
adj. fiel; sólido

English → Romanian - stanch

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v. opri curgerea

English → Russian - stanch

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г. останавливать кровотечение; останавливать поток; облегчить (боль), замедлить ход (болезни)
прил. твердый, стойкий; верный, лояльный; прочный, основательный; непроницаемый, водонепроницаемый

English → Turkish - stanch

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f. kesmek (kan vb.), durdurmak
s. güvenilir, emin, sadık, sağlam, hava ve su geçirmez

English → Ukrainian - stanch

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v. зупиняти, зупинятися

English → Dutch - stanch

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ww. stelpen
bn. sterk, hecht, trouw

English → Greek - stanch

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ρήμ. σταματώ την εκροή
επίθ. στερεός, σταθερός, πιστός

English → Arabic - stanch

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‏أوقف نزف الدم‏

English → Chinese - stanch

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v. 止住血 (zhı3 zhu4 xue4)
adj. 坚强的 (jıan1 qıang2 de5), 忠实的 (zhong1 shı2 de5)

English → Chinese - stanch

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v. 止住血 (zhı3 zhu4 xue4)
adj. 堅強的 (jıan1 qıang2 de5), 忠實的 (zhong1 shı2 de5)

English → Japanese - stanch

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(形) 止める; 歯止めをかける; 止血する; ふさぐ; 止まる

English → Vietnamese - stanch

Pronunciation
v. cầm máu lại

Definition of stanch

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To stop the flow of.
A small amount of cotton can be stuffed into the nose to stanch the flow of blood if necessary.
2. To cease, as the flowing of blood.
3. To prop; to make stanch, or strong.
4. To extinguish; to quench, as fire or thirst.
Noun
5. That which stanches or checks a flow.
6. A floodgate by which water is accumulated, for floating a boat over a shallow part of a stream by its release.
Adjective
7. Strong and tight; sound; firm.
A stanch ship
8. Firm in principle; constant and zealous; loyal; hearty; steadfast.
A stanch churchman; a stanch friend or adherent
9. Close; secret; private.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: stanching
Present: stanch (3.person: stanches)
Past: stanched
Future: will stanch
Present conditional: would stanch
Present Perfect: have stanched (3.person: has stanched)
Past Perfect: had stanched
Future Perfect: will have stanched
Past conditional: would have stanched
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