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stone **🔗🔉

stone ** stone stones stoning stoned The plural is usually stone in meaning 10. 1 [N-MASS] Stone is a hard solid substance found in the ground and often used for building houses.  ・ He could not tell whether the floor was wood or stone...  ・ People often don't appreciate that marble is a natural stone.  ・ ...stone walls. 2 [N-COUNT] A stone is a small piece of rock that is found on the ground.  ・ He removed a stone from his shoe...  ・ The crowd began throwing stones. 3 [N-COUNT] A stone is a large piece of stone put somewhere in memory of a person or event, or as a religious symbol.  ・ The monument consists of a circle of gigantic stones. 4 [N-UNCOUNT: oft with brd-neg] Stone is used in expressions such as set in stone and tablets of stone to suggest that an idea or rule is firm and fixed, and cannot be changed.  ・ Scientific opinions are not carved on tablets of stone; they change over the years. 5 [N-COUNT] You can refer to a jewel as a stone.  ・ ...a diamond ring with three stones. 6 [N-COUNT: usu n N] A stone is a small hard ball of minerals and other substances which sometimes forms in a person's kidneys or gall bladder.  ・ He had kidney stones. 7 [N-COUNT] The stone in a plum, cherry, or other fruit is the large hard seed in the middle of it. (mainly BRIT; in AM, usually use pit) 8 [VERB: V n] If you stone a fruit, you remove its stone. (mainly BRIT; in AM, usually use pit)  ・ Then stone the fruit and process the plums to a puree. 9 [VERB: V n] If people stone someone or something, they throw stones at them.  ・ A post office was set on fire and vehicles were stoned by looters. 10 [N-COUNT: usu num N] A stone is a measurement of weight, especially the weight of a person, equal to 14 pounds or 6.35 kilograms. (BRIT)  ・ I weighed around 16 stone. see also stoned, foundation stone, paving stone, precious stone, stepping stone 12 [PHRASE: PHR prep/adv] If you say that one place is a stone's throw from another, you mean that the places are close to each other.  ・ ...a two-bedroom apartment just a stone's throw from the beach...  ・ Just a stone's throw away is the City Art Gallery. 13 [PHRASE: V inflects] emphasis If you say that you will leave no stone unturned, you are emphasizing that you will try every way you can think of in order to achieve what you want.  ・ He said he would leave no stone unturned in the search for peace. 14 kill two birds with one stone: see bird

Stone Age🔗🔉

Stone Age Stone Age [N-PROPER: the N] The Stone Age is a very early period of human history, when people used tools and weapons made of stone, not metal.

stone-cold🔗🔉

stone-cold stone-cold 1 [ADJ] If something that should be warm is stone-cold, it is very cold.  ・ Hillsden took a sip of tea, but it was stone cold. 2 [PHRASE: v-link PHR] If someone is stone-cold sober, they are not drunk at all. (INFORMAL)

stoned🔗🔉

stoned stoned [ADJ: usu v-link ADJ] If someone is stoned, their mind is greatly affected by a drug such as cannabis. (INFORMAL)

stone-dead🔗🔉

stone-dead stone-dead [PHRASE: V inflects] emphasis If you kill something such as an idea or emotion stone-dead, you completely destroy it.  ・ The prospect of having to pay a graduate tax until retirement would kill the students' enthusiasm stone dead.

stone deaf🔗🔉

stone deaf stone deaf [ADJ: usu v-link ADJ] Someone who is stone deaf cannot hear at all.

stone-ground🔗🔉

stone-ground stone-ground [ADJ: usu ADJ n] Stone-ground flour or bread is made from grain that has been crushed between two large, heavy pieces of stone.

stonemason🔗🔉

stonemason stonemason stonemasons [N-COUNT] A stonemason is a person who is skilled at cutting and preparing stone so that it can be used for walls and buildings.

stonewall🔗🔉

stonewall stonewall stonewalls stonewalling stonewalled [VERB: V] 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 stonewalling [N-UNCOUNT]  ・ After 18 days of stonewalling, he at last came out and faced the issue.

stoneware🔗🔉

stoneware stoneware [N-UNCOUNT: oft N n] Stoneware is hard clay pottery which is baked at a high temperature.  ・ ...hand-painted blue-and-white stoneware.

stone-washed🔗🔉

stone-washed stone-washed [ADJ] Stone-washed jeans are jeans which have been specially washed with small pieces of stone so that when you buy them they are fairly pale and soft.

stonework🔗🔉

stonework stonework [N-UNCOUNT] Stonework consists of objects or parts of a building that are made of stone.  ・ ...the crumbling stonework of the derelict church. = masonry

stone **🔗🔉

stone ** stone stones stoning stoned The plural is usually stone in meaning 10. 1 [N-MASS] Stone is a hard solid substance found in the ground and often used for building houses.  ・ He could not tell whether the floor was wood or stone...  ・ People often don't appreciate that marble is a natural stone.  ・ ...stone walls. 2 [N-COUNT] A stone is a small piece of rock that is found on the ground.  ・ He removed a stone from his shoe...  ・ The crowd began throwing stones. 3 [N-COUNT] A stone is a large piece of stone put somewhere in memory of a person or event, or as a religious symbol.  ・ The monument consists of a circle of gigantic stones. 4 [N-UNCOUNT: oft with brd-neg] Stone is used in expressions such as set in stone and tablets of stone to suggest that an idea or rule is firm and fixed, and cannot be changed.  ・ Scientific opinions are not carved on tablets of stone; they change over the years. 5 [N-COUNT] You can refer to a jewel as a stone.  ・ ...a diamond ring with three stones. 6 [N-COUNT: usu n N] A stone is a small hard ball of minerals and other substances which sometimes forms in a person's kidneys or gall bladder.  ・ He had kidney stones. 7 [N-COUNT] The stone in a plum, cherry, or other fruit is the large hard seed in the middle of it. (mainly BRIT; in AM, usually use pit) 8 [VERB: V n] If you stone a fruit, you remove its stone. (mainly BRIT; in AM, usually use pit)  ・ Then stone the fruit and process the plums to a puree. 9 [VERB: V n] If people stone someone or something, they throw stones at them.  ・ A post office was set on fire and vehicles were stoned by looters. 10 [N-COUNT: usu num N] A stone is a measurement of weight, especially the weight of a person, equal to 14 pounds or 6.35 kilograms. (BRIT)  ・ I weighed around 16 stone. see also stoned, foundation stone, paving stone, precious stone, stepping stone 12 [PHRASE: PHR prep/adv] If you say that one place is a stone's throw from another, you mean that the places are close to each other.  ・ ...a two-bedroom apartment just a stone's throw from the beach...  ・ Just a stone's throw away is the City Art Gallery. 13 [PHRASE: V inflects] emphasis If you say that you will leave no stone unturned, you are emphasizing that you will try every way you can think of in order to achieve what you want.  ・ He said he would leave no stone unturned in the search for peace. 14 kill two birds with one stone: see bird

Stone Age🔗🔉

Stone Age Stone Age [N-PROPER: the N] The Stone Age is a very early period of human history, when people used tools and weapons made of stone, not metal.

stone-cold🔗🔉

stone-cold stone-cold 1 [ADJ] If something that should be warm is stone-cold, it is very cold.  ・ Hillsden took a sip of tea, but it was stone cold. 2 [PHRASE: v-link PHR] If someone is stone-cold sober, they are not drunk at all. (INFORMAL)

stoned🔗🔉

stoned stoned [ADJ: usu v-link ADJ] If someone is stoned, their mind is greatly affected by a drug such as cannabis. (INFORMAL)

stone-dead🔗🔉

stone-dead stone-dead [PHRASE: V inflects] emphasis If you kill something such as an idea or emotion stone-dead, you completely destroy it.  ・ The prospect of having to pay a graduate tax until retirement would kill the students' enthusiasm stone dead.

stone deaf🔗🔉

stone deaf stone deaf [ADJ: usu v-link ADJ] Someone who is stone deaf cannot hear at all.

stone-ground🔗🔉

stone-ground stone-ground [ADJ: usu ADJ n] Stone-ground flour or bread is made from grain that has been crushed between two large, heavy pieces of stone.

stonemason🔗🔉

stonemason stonemason stonemasons [N-COUNT] A stonemason is a person who is skilled at cutting and preparing stone so that it can be used for walls and buildings.

stonewall🔗🔉

stonewall stonewall stonewalls stonewalling stonewalled [VERB: V] 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 stonewalling [N-UNCOUNT]  ・ After 18 days of stonewalling, he at last came out and faced the issue.

stoneware🔗🔉

stoneware stoneware [N-UNCOUNT: oft N n] Stoneware is hard clay pottery which is baked at a high temperature.  ・ ...hand-painted blue-and-white stoneware.

stone-washed🔗🔉

stone-washed stone-washed [ADJ] Stone-washed jeans are jeans which have been specially washed with small pieces of stone so that when you buy them they are fairly pale and soft.

stonework🔗🔉

stonework stonework [N-UNCOUNT] Stonework consists of objects or parts of a building that are made of stone.  ・ ...the crumbling stonework of the derelict church. = masonry

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