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How to Pronounce Stab: Learn how to pronounce Stab in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word stab:

verb (stabs, stabbing, stabbed)
[with object]
thrust a knife or other pointed weapon into (someone) so as to wound or kill:
he stabbed her in the stomach
[no object] make a thrusting gesture or movement at something with a pointed object:
she stabbed at the earth with the fork
[with object]:
she stabbed the air with her forefinger
[no object] (stab into/through) (of a sharp or pointed object) violently pierce:
a sharp end of wicker stabbed into his sole
[no object] (of a pain or painful thing) cause a sudden sharp sensation:
a stitch stabbed at her side
(as adjective stabbing)
I felt a stabbing pain in my chest
noun
1a thrust with a knife or other pointed weapon:
[as modifier]:
multiple stab wounds
a wound made by stabbing:
she had a deep stab in the back
a thrusting movement with a finger or other pointed object:
impatient stabs of his finger
a sudden sharp feeling or pain:
she felt a stab of jealousy
2 (stab at) informal an attempt to do (something):
Meredith made a feeble stab at joining in
Phrases
a stab in the back
a treacherous act or statement:
this public disavowal was interpreted as a stab in the back that could not pass unavenged
stab someone in the back
betray someone:
it was very competitive, with everyone stabbing everyone else in the back
a stab in the dark
see dark.
Derivatives
stabber
noun
Origin:
late Middle English: of unknown origin