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strokenoun USA: stroʊ'k UK: stroʊk
      1. The stroke of a whip makes a blue mark: but the stroke of the tongue will break the bones.
          1. Csíkot hagy a bőrön az ostor csapása, de a nyelv csapása csontokat tör össze.
      2. I counted every stroke. (of the clock)
          1. Számláltam minden óraütést.
    1. sports
    2. music
    3. techn car
  1. med
  2. sports
strokev trans v USA: stroʊ'k UK: stroʊk
stroke downv trans v USA: stroʊ'k daʊ'n UK: stroʊk daʊn
stroke off the cushionexp USA: stroʊ'k ɔː'f ðiː· kʊ'ʃʌ·n UK: stroʊk ɔf ðiː kʊʃn
stroke sy downv USA: stroʊ'k saɪ' daʊ'n
stroke sy the wrong wayv USA: stroʊ'k saɪ' ðiː· rɔː'ŋ weɪ'
apoplectic strokenoun USA: æ"pʌ·ple'ktɪ·k stroʊ'k UK: æpəplektɪk stroʊk
backhand strokenoun USA: bæ'khæ"nd stroʊ'k UK: bækhænd stroʊk
back strokeexp USA: bæ'k stroʊ'k UK: bæk stroʊk
breast strokenoun USA: bre'st stroʊ'k UK: brest stroʊk
butterfly strokenoun USA: bʌ'təː·flaɪ" stroʊ'k UK: bʌtəflaɪ stroʊk
forehand strokeexp USA: fɔː'rhæ"nd stroʊ'k UK: fɔrɪd stroʊk
heat strokenoun USA: hiː't stroʊ'k UK: hiːt stroʊk
overarm strokeexp UK: oʊvərɑm stroʊk
overhand strokeexp UK: oʊvəhænd stroʊk
at a strokeexp USA: æ't eɪ' stroʊ'k UK: ət eɪ stroʊk
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