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stud in Sport topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstudstud /stʌd/ noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 animal [countable, uncountable]HBA the use of animals, especially horses, for breeding, an animal that is used in this way, or a place where this is done πŸ”Š a stud dog2 man [countable] informalSYSEX/HAVE SEX WITH a man who has a lot of sexual partners and who is very proud of his sexual ability3 on shoes [countable] British EnglishDSDCC one of a set of small pointed pieces of metal or plastic that are attached to the bottom of a running shoe, football boot etc to stop you from slipping4 in your ear [countable]DCJ a small round earring5 for decoration [countable]DC a round piece of metal that is stuck into a surface for decoration6 for a shirt [countable]DC a small thing for fastening a shirt or collar, that consists of two round flat pieces of metal joined together by a bar7 board [countable] American EnglishTBC a board that is used to make the frame of a house
Examples from the Corpus
studβ€’ The temporary wall should be solid, with double top and bottom plates and a stud under each joist or rafter.β€’ A woman who behaves promiscuously is called a slut, but a man who behaves the same way is admiringly called a stud.β€’ a stud farmβ€’ Internal finishes were generally simple with plaster finish to masonry, and lath-and-plaster to ceilings and stud partitions.β€’ The entire first floor outer walls are brick facing over concrete blocks, without any studs.β€’ Josh had a reputation of being the college stud.β€’ Tonight he wears peach-colored slacks, a matching gingham blouse, brass hoop earrings and a rhinestone stud in his nose.β€’ Flooring should be non-committal: plain, functional cord fitted carpet, or rubber stud flooring.β€’ He shaves, washes his hair and borrows a modest silver stud for his ear.β€’ a leather jacket with silver studsβ€’ Then, coming to herself again, she pressed the stud at her neck and sounded the alarm.β€’ On an impulse, Kelly decided to drive to the stud and catch him there.