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stud 1

 (stŭd)
n.
1. An upright post in the framework of a wall for supporting sheets of lath, drywall, or similar material.
2. A small knob, nail head, or rivet fixed in and slightly projecting from a surface.
3.
a. A small ornamental button mounted on a short post for insertion through an eyelet, as on a dress shirt.
b. A buttonlike earring or other piercing mounted on a slender post, as of gold or steel.
4.
a. Any of various protruding pins or pegs in machinery, used mainly as a support or pivot.
b. One of a number of small metal cleats embedded in a snow tire to increase traction on slippery or snowy roads.
5. A metal crosspiece used as a brace in a link, as in a chain cable.
tr.v. stud·ded, stud·ding, studs
1. To provide with or construct with studs or a stud.
2. To set with studs or a stud: stud a bracelet with rubies.
3. To be scattered over: Daisies studded the meadow.

[Middle English stode, from Old English studu; see stā- in Indo-European roots.]

stud 2

 (stŭd)
n.
1.
a. A group of animals, especially horses, kept for breeding.
b. A male animal, such as a stallion, that is kept for breeding.
c. A stable or farm where these animals are kept.
2. Slang
a. A usually young man who is very sexually active or promiscuous.
b. A usually young man regarded as attractive and physically fit.
3. Slang A person who is extremely competent in a given area.
4. Games Stud poker.
Idiom:
at stud
Available or offered for breeding. Used of animals.

[Middle English stod, establishment for breeding horses, from Old English stōd; see stā- in Indo-European roots.]

stud

(stʌd)
n
1. (Art Terms) a large-headed nail or other projection protruding from a surface, usually as decoration
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a type of fastener consisting of two discs at either end of a short shank, used to fasten shirtfronts, collars, etc
3. (Building) building trades a vertical member made of timber, steel, etc, that is used with others to construct the framework of a wall
4. (Mechanical Engineering) a headless bolt that is threaded at both ends, the centre portion being unthreaded
5. (Mechanical Engineering) any short projection on a machine, such as the metal cylinder that forms a journal for the gears on a screw-cutting lathe
6. (Mechanical Engineering) the crossbar in the centre of a link of a heavy chain
7. (Clothing & Fashion) one of a number of rounded projections on the sole of a boot or shoe to give better grip, as on a football boot
vb (tr) , studs, studding or studded
8. (Clothing & Fashion) to provide, ornament, or make with studs
9. to dot or cover (with): the park was studded with daisies.
10. (Building) building trades to provide or support (a wall, partition, etc) with studs
[Old English studu; related to Old Norse stoth post, Middle High German stud post]

stud

(stʌd)
n
1. (Breeds) a group of pedigree animals, esp horses, kept for breeding purposes
2. (Breeds) any male animal kept principally for breeding purposes, esp a stallion
3. (Breeds) a farm or stable where a stud is kept
4. (Breeds) the state or condition of being kept for breeding purposes: at stud; put to stud.
5. (Breeds) (modifier) of or relating to such animals or the place where they are kept: a stud farm; a stud horse.
6. slang a virile or sexually active man
7. (Card Games) short for stud poker
[Old English stōd; related to Old Norse stōth, Old High German stuot]

stud1

(stʌd)

n., v. stud•ded, stud•ding. n.
1. a boss, knob, nailhead, or other protuberance projecting from a surface or part, esp. as an ornament.
2. any buttonlike, usu. ornamental object mounted on a shank that is passed through an article of clothing to fasten it: a collar stud.
3. any of a number of slender, upright members of wood, steel, etc., forming the frame of a wall or partition and covered with plasterwork, siding, etc.
4. any of various projecting pins, lugs, or the like on machines or other implements.
5. an earring consisting of a small, buttonlike ornament mounted on a metal post designed to pass through a pierced ear lobe.
v.t.
6. to set with or as if with studs or the like.
7. to be scattered over the surface of: Stars studded the sky.
8. to set or scatter (objects) at intervals over a surface.
9. to furnish with or support by studs.
[before 900; Old English studu post]

stud2

(stʌd)

n.
1. a studhorse or stallion.
2. any male animal kept for breeding.
3. a group of horses or other animals kept for breeding.
4. an establishment, as a farm, where horses are kept for breeding.
5. a number of horses or other animals bred or kept by one owner.
6. Slang. a man who is notably virile and sexually active.
Idioms:
at stud, (of a male animal) offered for the purpose of breeding.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English stōd place where horses are bred, c. Middle Low German stōt, Old High German stuot, Old Norse stōth; akin to stand]

Stud

 a collection of horses or other animals kept for breeding, racing, or riding. See also stable, string.
Examples: stud of colts and good mares, 1400; of dogs; of greyhounds, 1828; of horses, 1611; of mares—Brewer; of motorcars, 1907; of partridges, 1854; of poker players; of racehorses; of sows, 1813.

stud


Past participle: studded
Gerund: studding

Imperative
stud
stud
Present
I stud
you stud
he/she/it studs
we stud
you stud
they stud
Preterite
I studded
you studded
he/she/it studded
we studded
you studded
they studded
Present Continuous
I am studding
you are studding
he/she/it is studding
we are studding
you are studding
they are studding
Present Perfect
I have studded
you have studded
he/she/it has studded
we have studded
you have studded
they have studded
Past Continuous
I was studding
you were studding
he/she/it was studding
we were studding
you were studding
they were studding
Past Perfect
I had studded
you had studded
he/she/it had studded
we had studded
you had studded
they had studded
Future
I will stud
you will stud
he/she/it will stud
we will stud
you will stud
they will stud
Future Perfect
I will have studded
you will have studded
he/she/it will have studded
we will have studded
you will have studded
they will have studded
Future Continuous
I will be studding
you will be studding
he/she/it will be studding
we will be studding
you will be studding
they will be studding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been studding
you have been studding
he/she/it has been studding
we have been studding
you have been studding
they have been studding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been studding
you will have been studding
he/she/it will have been studding
we will have been studding
you will have been studding
they will have been studding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been studding
you had been studding
he/she/it had been studding
we had been studding
you had been studding
they had been studding
Conditional
I would stud
you would stud
he/she/it would stud
we would stud
you would stud
they would stud
Past Conditional
I would have studded
you would have studded
he/she/it would have studded
we would have studded
you would have studded
they would have studded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stud - a man who is virile and sexually activestud - a man who is virile and sexually active
adult male, man - an adult person who is male (as opposed to a woman); "there were two women and six men on the bus"
2.stud - ornament consisting of a circular rounded protuberance (as on a vault or shield or belt)stud - ornament consisting of a circular rounded protuberance (as on a vault or shield or belt)
decoration, ornament, ornamentation - something used to beautify
3.stud - an upright in house framingstud - an upright in house framing    
building, edifice - a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place; "there was a three-story building on the corner"; "it was an imposing edifice"
upright, vertical - a vertical structural member as a post or stake; "the ball sailed between the uprights"
4.stud - adult male horse kept for breeding
entire, stallion - uncastrated adult male horse
5.stud - poker in which each player receives hole cards and the remainder are dealt face up; bets are placed after each card is dealt
poker game, poker - any of various card games in which players bet that they hold the highest-ranking hand
hole card - (poker) a playing card dealt face down and not revealed until the showdown
Verb1.stud - scatter or intersperse like dots or studs; "Hills constellated with lights"
cover, extend, continue - span an interval of distance, space or time; "The war extended over five years"; "The period covered the turn of the century"; "My land extends over the hills on the horizon"; "This farm covers some 200 acres"; "The Archipelago continues for another 500 miles"
2.stud - provide with or construct with studs; "stud the wall"
carpentry, woodworking, woodwork - the craft of a carpenter: making things out of wood
add - make an addition (to); join or combine or unite with others; increase the quality, quantity, size or scope of; "We added two students to that dorm room"; "She added a personal note to her letter"; "Add insult to injury"; "Add some extra plates to the dinner table"

stud

noun rivet, tack, press-stud, tintack You see studs on lots of London front doors.

stud

noun
Slang. A person regarded as physically attractive.Used of a man:
beauty, belle (used of a woman), lovely, stunner.
Slang: babe, doll, hunk (used of a man), knockout, looker.
Translations
زِرٌ مَعْدَنِيّزِر ياقَة القَميصمِسْمار ، بُرْغييُغَطّي بالمَسامير
cvočekhřebecknoflíček do límceozdobný cvočekposít
avlsdyrbesat medbeslået meddupknap
koristenappi
zakovica
bóla; gaddur, takkiflibbahnappurstóîvera alsettur
장식 못
eržilas
apkakles/aproču pogakniedenobārstītnosētnospraudīt
armăsar
gombík do golieraozdobný cvok/gombíkposiať
avelshingst
กระดุม
kabarakabartmakaplamaksüslemekyaka düğmesi
đinh tán

stud

1 [stʌd]
A. N (in road) → clavo m, tope m (Mex); (decorative) → tachón m, clavo m (de adorno); (on boots) → taco m; (= collar stud, shirt stud) → corchete m
B. VT [+ boots, jacket, shield, door] → tachonar
studded with (fig) → salpicado de

stud

2 [stʌd]
A. N
1. (also stud farm) → caballeriza f, cuadra f (also stud horse) → caballo m semental
2. (= man) → semental m
B. CPD stud book Nregistro m genealógico de caballos
stud mare Nyegua f de cría

stud

[ˈstʌd] n
(decorative piece of metal, on jacket, door)clou m, clou m décoratif
(also stud earring) → dormeuse f, clou m d'oreille
(British) (on boots)clou m
(on collar)bouton m de col
(also stud farm) → haras m
(also stud horse) → étalon m

stud

:
stud farm
nGestüt nt
stud horse
nZuchthengst m

stud

1
n
(= nail)Beschlagnagel m; (decorative) → Ziernagel m; (Brit: on boots) → Stollen m; reflector studKatzenauge nt
(= collar stud)Kragenknopf m
(= earring)Ohrstecker m
vt (usu pass) → übersäen; (with jewels) → (dicht) besetzen; their family tree is studded with generalsin ihrem Stammbaum wimmelt es von Generälen

stud

2
n (= group of horses, for breeding) → Gestüt nt, → Zucht f; (for racing etc) → Stall m; (= stallion)(Zucht)hengst m; (inf: = man) → Hengst m (inf); the stallion is at studder Hengst wird zur Zucht benutzt; to put to studzu Zuchtzwecken verwenden

stud

1 [stʌd]
1. n (in road) → chiodo; (of football boots) → tacchetto; (decorative) → borchia (also collar stud, shirt stud) → bottoncino
2. vt studded with (fig) → ornato/a di, tempestato/a di
studded tyre → pneumatico chiodato

stud

2 [stʌd] n (stud farm) → scuderia di allevamento (also stud horse) → stallone m

stud1

(stad) noun
a collection of horses and mares kept for breeding.

stud2

(stad) noun
1. a knob, or nail with a large head, put into the surface of something as a protection or decoration etc. metal studs on the soles of football boots; a belt decorated with studs.
2. a type of button with two heads for fastening a collar. a collar stud.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈstudded
to cover with studs. The sky was studded with stars.

stud

زِرٌ مَعْدَنِيّ cvoček knap Ziernagel διακοσμητικό καρφί tachuela koristenappi clou zakovica chiodo 장식 못 spijker stump ćwiek tacha украшение поверхностей путем набивки на нее декоративных гвоздей avelshingst กระดุม kabara đinh tán 饰钉
References in classic literature ?
Through all this variety of decoration, however, the room showed its original characteristics; its low stud, its cross-beam, its chimney-piece, with the old-fashioned Dutch tiles; so that it was the emblem of a mind industriously stored with foreign ideas, and elaborated into artificial refinement, but neither larger, nor, in its proper self, more elegant than before.
He was nothing if not good-natured; and all his pictures of the future, when he should come into the estate, were made up of a prosperous, contented tenantry, adoring their landlord, who would be the model of an English gentleman-- mansion in first-rate order, all elegance and high taste--jolly housekeeping, finest stud in Loamshire--purse open to all public objects--in short, everything as different as possible from what was now associated with the name of Donnithorne.
Come an' have a dhrink, me son,' sez Peg Barney, staggerin' where he stud.
Andrew Hale was a ruddy man with a big gray moustache and a stubbly double-chin unconstrained by a collar; but his scrupulously clean shirt was always fastened by a small diamond stud.
The same authority observes that she is perfectly got up and remarks in commendation of her hair especially that she is the best-groomed woman in the whole stud.
These artists will take particles of stone or glass no larger than a mustard seed, and piece them together on a sleeve button or a shirt stud, so smoothly and with such nice adjustment of the delicate shades of color the pieces bear, as to form a pigmy rose with stem, thorn, leaves, petals complete, and all as softly and as truthfully tinted as though Nature had builded it herself.
Two of the troykas were the usual household sleighs, the third was the old count's with a trotter from the Orlov stud as shaft horse, the fourth was Nicholas' own with a short shaggy black shaft horse.
He recalled the men he had met, the clubs he had joined, his stud of horses at Newmarket, the country-houses at which he had visited.
There was Terrence the Magnificent--descended, as Van Horn remembered, from the American-bred Milton Droleen, out of the Queen of County Antrim, Breda Muddler, which royal bitch, as every one who is familiar with the stud book knows, goes back as far as the almost mythical Spuds, with along the way no primrose dallyings with black- and-tan Killeney Boys and Welsh nondescripts.
Mark down her necklace, Bunny, and invoice his stud.
Claire was looking after the stud merchant, as, grasping his wealth, he scuttled up the avenue.
He never rode a match on the swiftest animal in his costly stud, with half the speed at which he had torn along the course that ended in the Fleet.