English to German Meaning :: squat

Squat :
Hocken
hocken, gedrungen, kauern, niedrig, kompakthocken, kauern, sich ansiedelnHocke, Unterschlupf - Hockenhockensquatnesshockt
 
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Noun(1) exercising by repeatedly assuming a crouching position with the knees bent; strengthens the leg muscles(2) a small worthless amount(3) the act of assuming or maintaining a crouching position with the knees bent and the buttocks near the heels
Verb(1) sit on one's heels(2) be close to the earth, or be disproportionately wide(3) occupy (a dwelling
Adjective(1) short and thick; as e.g. having short legs and heavy musculature(2) having a low center of gravity; built low to the ground

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(1) 144 Piccadilly next door was the site of a famous squat in the troubled summer of 1969.(2) Strong and flexible calves play an important stabilizing role in exercises like the squat , the deadlift and the clean.(3) I squat on my heels, one hand on the wire door.(4) Because the building is frequently used as a squat by the homeless, it was initially feared people may have been trapped inside.(5) The peninsula's westernmost point is barren Punta Campanella, a familiar site from Capri, with its squat Anjou watchtower.(6) He has good strength, and his squat build allows him to hold the point of attack.(7) Catch the ball, drop into a squat , then spring up, tossing your partner the ball.(8) Below are the equations you can use to predict how much weight you can squat for 10 reps.(9) Her squat , stone house is without electricity or running water.(10) It was a low, squat building, with turf for walls and a thatched roof that sloped nearly to the ground.(11) "To start, I could hardly squat 25 pounds, " admits Mary.(12) Prior to the Oct. 26 march, OCAP released a statement giving notice of the buildings they intended to squat .(13) Keep the dumbbell centered between your knees as you descend into a deep squat , keeping your head up and low back slightly arched.(14) Why hire a " swim specialist " who doesn't know squat about triathlon?(15) They found the partially clothed body of the man after entering the building, sometimes used as a squat by heroin addicts and the homeless, on Coke Lane off Arran Quay.(16) Sometimes an episiotomy can be avoided simply by choosing a different position for the delivery, for example, kneeling, on all fours, or a supported squat .
Related Words
(1) squat down ::
hinhocken
(2) to squat ::
hocken
(3) squat rack ::
Squat Rack
Synonyms
Adjective
1. stocky ::
stämmig
2. squatty ::
squatty
3. underslung ::
unders
Noun
4. doodly-squat ::
doodly-Squat
6. knee bend ::
Kniebeuge
Verb
8. occupy illegally ::
besetzen illegal
9. scrunch up ::
zerknüllen
Different Forms
squat, squatness, squats
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

I wish I had squat.

I wish I had SQUAT.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 4


By the way, when I say \"squat,\"
I mean \"diddlysquat.\"

By the way, when I say "SQUAT," I mean "diddlySQUAT."

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 4


He doesn\

He doesn't have it. He's got SQUAT.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 13


this is as far
as I can squat.

this is as far as I can SQUAT.

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 12


When they find out I\

When they find out I've got SQUAT, they're gonna cut me off.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 4


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