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Pronunciation of Stirs: Learn how to pronounce Stirs in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word stir:

verb (stirs, stirring, stirred)
1 [with object] move a spoon or other implement round and round in (a liquid or other substance) in order to mix it thoroughly:
Desmond stirred his tea and ate a biscuit
[no object]:
pour in the cream and stir well
(stir something in/into) mix an ingredient into (a liquid or other substance) by moving a spoon or other implement round and round:
stir in the flour and cook gently for two minutes
2move or cause to move slightly:
[no object]:
nothing stirred except the wind
[with object]:
a gentle breeze stirred the leaves
cloudiness is caused by the fish stirring up mud
[no object] rise or wake from sleep:
no one else had stirred yet
(stir from/out of) leave or go out of (a place):
as he grew older, he seldom stirred from his club
begin or cause to begin to be active or to develop:
[no object]:
the 1960s, when the civil rights movement stirred
[with object]:
a voice stirred her from her reverie
he even stirred himself to play an encore
3 [with object] arouse strong feeling in (someone); move or excite:
they will be stirred to action by what is written
he stirred up the sweating crowd
arouse or prompt (a feeling or memory) or inspire (the imagination):
the story stirred many memories of my childhood
the rumours had stirred up his anger
[no object] British informal deliberately cause trouble by spreading rumours or gossip:
Francis was always stirring, trying to score off people
noun
[in singular]
1a slight physical movement:
I stood, straining eyes and ears for the faintest stir
an initial sign of a specified feeling:
Caroline felt a stir of anger deep within her breast
2a commotion:
the event caused quite a stir
3an act of stirring food or drink:
he gives his Ovaltine a stir