Straddle – meaning of the word and example

To sit or stand with your legs on either side of something. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Something that straddles a line, such as a border or river, exists on each side of it or goes across it. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To stand, sit, or walk with the legs wide apart. (Merriam – Webster)

If you straddle something, you put or have one leg on either side of it. (Collins Dictionary)

If something straddles a river, road, border, or other place, it stretches across it or exists both sides of it. (Collins Dictionary)


Bodbot. Straddle.


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