English version

stool in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstoolstool /stuːl/ ●●● S3 noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 bar_stool.jpg DHFa seat that has three or four legs, but no back or arms πŸ”Š a bar stool2 medicalHBH a piece of solid waste from your bowels
Examples from the Corpus
stoolβ€’ You would be safer packing a bucket and a stool and driving a few miles to your nearest Holstein.β€’ Under the window was an easel and a stool and beside it a battered chest of drawers.β€’ a bar stoolβ€’ I was sitting on my fishing stool wearing winter clothes, and a sailcloth robe thrown over me for extra warmth.β€’ Elder Brother fetched his stool and sat with the others.β€’ He and his girlfriend occupied two stools and had a lot of attitude because they were so successful.β€’ The fluid and ions are lost as watery stool.β€’ She was sitting on a tall wooden stool with a cleaver in her hand, chopping leeks.bar stoolβ€’ Nicola was shown on a bar stool in a black skirt that barely hid her crutch.β€’ I jumped up on a bar stool and began making a speech.β€’ They also provide a more comfortable perch than a bar stool for those most interested in conversation.β€’ If a patron throws a bar stool, Pat will at least have experience at dealing with it.β€’ I strolled over to a bar stool, mounted up and set Barry down in an ashtray.β€’ Professor Ito pulls himself up tall on his bar stool.β€’ A firm in Maidenhead designed an hydraulically operated bar stool with a large base housing a compressed air tank.β€’ He hoisted himself on to one of the bar stools and nodded in greeting to the barman who was busy serving another customer.