English to Arabic Meaning :: crouch

Crouch :
انحنى
ربض, جثم, انحنى, حنىربوض, انحناء - انحنىإجثمجاثميجثمالرابض
 
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Noun
Verb(1) Sit on one's heels(2) Stoop low; cringe

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(1) Then he stood from the crouch , and he and I were nearly the same height.(2) Those who remain in a defensive crouch are in danger of being left behind.(3) I landed in a crouch and stood up, straightening my robe.(4) Dropping to a crouch , the princess crept to the edge of the quicksand.(5) I pulled myself over the fence and landed on the other side in a crouch .(6) He dropped into a defensive crouch(7) He ran in a crouch towards the ship's rear and the aft cargo bay.(8) She swore, covering her eyes, and stepped back, instinctively moving into a defensive crouch .(9) So, too, older folks assume a crouch as they age - much of this is nature's way of creating stability.(10) He flipped backwards and falling to his hands, continued to spring another dozen feet, landing in a half crouch .(11) She heard the singing of a blade being drawn from its scabbard, and dropped into a crouch as said blade sliced the air above her head.(12) Rising to a crouch , he scanned the forest frantically, his heart beating faster than he could remember it.(13) Nor did we immediately want to send the public officials whom we wanted to influence into a defensive crouch .(14) The black beast ripped its left arm free and fell into a crouch within the cover of shadow; its eyes shone fearfully red.(15) Kit was still crouching in his position from the last strike and slowly stood to look at her.(16) I crouched down to avoid being knocked over myself and hid my head under my arms.
Related Words
(1) crouch down ::
كراوتش أسفل
Synonyms
Verb
1. squat ::
ربض
2. bend ::
انحناء
3. scrunch up ::
تقطيبه
Antonyms
1. Stretch
  
Different Forms
crouch, crouched, crouches, crouching
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Where else am I supposed to crouch?

Where else am I supposed to CROUCH?

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