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1stalk/ˈstɑːk/noun
pluralstalks
1stalk
/ˈstɑːk/
noun
pluralstalks
Learner's definition of STALK  
[count]
: a thick or tall stem of a plant
— see color pictures on here and heresee also cornstalk
: a thin, upright object or part that supports or connects something
2stalk/ˈstɑːk/verb
stalksstalkedstalking
2stalk
/ˈstɑːk/
verb
stalksstalkedstalking
Learner's definition of STALK  
[+ object] 
: to follow (an animal or person that you are hunting or trying to capture) by moving slowly and quietly
   b  : to go through (a place or area) while hunting — often used figuratively
[+ object]  : to follow, watch, and bother (someone) constantly in a way that is frightening, dangerous, etc.
always followed by an adverb or a preposition[no object]  : to walk in a stiff or proud manner

— stalking

/ˈstɑːkɪŋ/noun,[noncount]
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