English version

stile

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstilestile /staɪl/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 TBa set of steps that helps people climb over a fence in the countryside
Examples from the Corpus
stileContinue on a clear path up the hillside to reach a stile on the ridge.A bend in the path brought him to a stile at the entrance to Lulling Woods.Cross the footbridge and follow the steep zig-zag path up to the wall and the ladder stile.Pass through this and cross the meadow to reach a metal gate with a stone stile at the side of it.Cross the stile and follow the path to join the lane at Cwmyoy.Continue down field to stile and road.Proceed down slope in second field to stile ahead.Proceed down slope in second field to stile by electricity post, then ascend third field to gate in front of farm.
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