The children had a stall at the Christmas market, where they sold decorations and greeting cards.
You may not set up a roadside stall without prior notice.
you can try the clothes on in a stall
The engine stalled.
You need to practise every day if you don't want your progress to stall.
She asked him to stall the guests, as the party wasn't ready yet.; He tried to stall the conversation by asking strange questions.
Aren't you stalling a little bit?
A stall is caused by the separation of airflow from the wing’s upper surface.
I'll buy some oranges at the fruit stall.
Rob managed to stall, but he is pushing for the response
Japan's economic growth has stalled, with industrial production contracting in June for the fourth straight month.
The definition of a stall is a small area from which goods are sold at a market.
In those days, you used to get market stalls, shops even, that sold nothing else.
For years he is at the market every Tuesday morning with his fish stall.
English word "摊子"(Stall) occurs in sets:Lingshan Vocab (Unseen)