Don't pull my sweater - you'll stretch it.
Stretch your arms straight.
to make someone use all their intelligence or ability, especially in a way that is interesting or enjoyable I don’t think his job really stretches him sufficiently. (esticar)
Ha-ha, you always stretch when class is over don't you?
I don't know if you'd call it a hobby, but to stretch it a little, you could say music appreciation is my hobby.
She really had to stretch her imagination to squeeze enough material for a solo album out of a contrabassoon, but by God, she did.
When violent extremists operate in one stretch of mountains, people are endangered across an ocean.
The traffic jam stretches 5 kilometres, so I had to wait a long time.
if you stretch yourself, or if something stretches you, you have to do things that are too difficult for you, but which help you improve your skills or knowledge so that they are no longer too difficult
We covered the 20-mile stretch quite quickly.
an unbroken length, tract, or space; continuous extent or distance: a long stretch of beach
This narrow stretch of water separates England from continental Europe.
I'm really tired. I have to rest for a stretch.
On warm days, bears stretch out or lie on their backs with their feet in the air.
Angielskie słowo "stretch" (stretch) występuje w zestawach:Vocabulary 3
2. to become longer or wider than usual as a result of pulling at the edges MAKE LONGER
3. to spread over a large area or distance