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  • 1 Strut — «Strut» Sencillo de The Cheetah Girls del álbum The Cheetah Girls 2 Publicación 8 de agosto, 2006 Formato Descarga digital Grabación 2006 Gén …

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  • 2 Strut — Strut, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Strutted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Strutting}.] [OE. struten, strouten, to swell; akin to G. strozen to be swelled, to be puffed up, to strut, Dan. strutte.] 1. To swell; to bulge out. [R.] [1913 Webster] The bellying canvas… …

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  • 3 strut — strut; strut·ter; strut·ty; strut·ting·ly; …

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  • 4 Strut — Strut, v. t. To hold apart. Cf. {Strut}, n., 3. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 strut — vb Strut, swagger, bristle, bridle can all mean to assume an air of dignity or importance. Strut implies a pompous or theatrical affectation of dignity, especially as shown in one s gait or by one s bearing in movement {a poor player that struts… …

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  • 6 strut — [strut] vi. strutted, strutting [ME strouten, to spread out, swell out < OE strutian, to stand rigid < IE * streu < base * (s)ter , stiff, rigid > STARE] to walk in a vain, stiff, swaggering manner vt. 1. to provide with a strut or… …

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  • 7 Strut — Strut, n. [For senses 2 & 3 cf. LG. strutt rigid.] 1. The act of strutting; a pompous step or walk. [1913 Webster] 2. (Arch.) In general, any piece of a frame which resists thrust or pressure in the direction of its own length. See {Brace}, and… …

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  • 8 Strut — Strut, a. Protuberant. [Obs.] Holland. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 strut — sb., ten, ter, terne, i sms. strut , fx strutmave …

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  • 10 strut — ► NOUN 1) a bar used to support or strengthen a structure. 2) a strutting gait. ► VERB (strutted, strutting) 1) walk with a stiff, erect, and conceited gait. 2) brace with a strut or struts. ORIGIN …

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  • 11 strut — index flaunt, perambulate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 12 strut- — *strut germ.?, Verb: nhd. steif sein ( Verb); ne. be (Verb) stiff; Hinweis: s. *strūta , *strūtjan; Etymologie: s. ing. *streudʰ , *streud , Verb, Adjektiv …

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  • 13 strut — [v] walk pompously flaunt, flounce, grandstand*, mince, parade, peacock*, play to audience, prance, put on airs*, sashay*, show off, stalk, stride, swagger, swank, sweep; concepts 149,261 …

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  • 14 strut|ty — «STRUHT ee», adjective, ti|er, ti|est. walking with an affected air of dignity; strutting: »A tough, strutty little man said, “I believe in capital punishment” (Truman Capote) …

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  • 15 Strut — See also strut (disambiguation) A strut is a structural component designed to resist longitudinal compression. Struts provide outwards facing support in their lengthwise direction, which can be used to keep two other components separate,… …

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  • 16 struţ — STRUŢ1, struţi, s.m. Pasăre alergătoare mare de stepă, cu picioare lungi şi puternice, cu gât lung şi golaş, cu aripi mici, inapte pentru zbor, cu pene frumoase, moi, negre sau brune cenuşii, întrebuinţate ca podoabă, care trăieşte îndeosebi în… …

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  • 17 strut — {{11}}strut (n.) supporting brace, 1580s, perhaps from STRUT (Cf. strut) (v.), or a cognate word in O.N. or Low Ger. (Cf. Low Ger. strutt rigid ); ultimately from P.Gmc. *strutoz , from root *strut (see STRUT (Cf. strut) (v.)). {{12}}strut (v.)… …

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  • 18 strut — [1] A single, self contained pivoting suspension unit that integrates a coil spring with a shock absorber. Struts are used on front wheel drive automobiles. [2] A structural member, especially as part of a framework, used to stiffen, give… …

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  • 19 strut — strut1 strutter, n. /strut/, v., strutted, strutting, n. v.i. 1. to walk with a vain, pompous bearing, as with head erect and chest thrown out, as if expecting to impress observers. v.t. 2. strut one s stuff, to dress, behave, perform, etc., one… …

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  • 20 StRUT — See also strut (disambiguation) StRUT (Students Recycling Used Technology) are three separate organizations in three states with similar roots and similar mission of providing technology education, resources, and recycling to schools and non… …

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