stubbly

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stub·ble

 (stŭb′əl)
n.
1. The short, stiff stalks of grain or hay remaining on a field after harvesting.
2. Something resembling this material, especially the short growth of hair that eventually protrudes from the skin after shaving.

[Middle English stuble, from Old French estuble, from Latin stupula, stupla, variant of stipula, straw.]

stub′bled adj.
stub′bly adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stubbly - having a short growth of beardstubbly - having a short growth of beard; "his stubbled chin"
unshaved, unshaven - not shaved
Translations
neoholený
ubarberet
borostásletarolt
broddóttur
neoholený
tıraşlı

stubbly

[ˈstʌblɪ] ADJ [chin] → sin afeitar; [beard] → de tres días; [person] → con barba de tres días

stubbly

[ˈstʌbli] adj
to have a stubbly chin → être mal rasé

stubbly

adj (+er)Stoppel-; facestoppelig; stubbly beardStoppelbart m; stubbly fieldStoppelfeld nt

stubble

(ˈstabl) noun
1. the stubs or ends of corn left in the ground when the stalks are cut.
2. short coarse hairs growing eg on an unshaven chin.
ˈstubbly adjective