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Synonyms for straddle

sit astride

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span

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cover

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Synonyms for straddle

to sit or stand with a leg on each side of

to sit or lie with the limbs spread out awkwardly

Synonyms for straddle

a noncommittal or equivocal position

a gymnastic exercise performed with a leg on either side of the parallel bars

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the act of sitting or standing astride

the option to buy or sell a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date

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sit or stand astride of

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range or extend over

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We believe [an] argument could be made that the wash sale rules apply if taxpayer does not remain in a straddled position for 31 days.
But the glamour model step-daughter of footballer Paul left hotel patrons red-faced as she straddled Hollyoaks hunk Matt, who played Joe Spencer, in the public bar.
Firstly, it is a ladder phrase: WOR DOR DER (see Ladder Words WW2002279) Also: the 2 words are straddled by a choice of Miami sequences: WORD ORDER WORD ORDER Also: the 2 words are straddled by a tautonymic sequence: WORD ORDER Also: the letters on either side of the tautonymic sequence (W and ER respectively) both equate to 23 when they are designated their numerical positions in the alphabet.
I felt I straddled on my run, so it wasn't too much of a surprise when I saw it up on the screen,'' Ligety said.
I've straddled probably more times than most people have finished slalom.
The straddled milling operation ran so hot before, it melted the paint on the parts," says Dave Yambrosic, USM tool engineer assigned to the retooling.
But his hopes of repeating the feat against the big boys ended when he caught his tail ends and straddled a gate.