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story  Verb
Plural: stories
  1. Translate "story" to Spanish: adornar con diseños alusivos a temas históricos o legendarios
    English Synonyms of "story": historiate, ornament with designs depicting historical or legendary subjects, storiate

story  Noun
  1. Translate "story" to Spanish: historia, anécdota, cuento, historieta, narración, relato, fábula
    English Synonyms of "story": tale, anecdote, narrative, yarn, account, short story, conte, short fictional story, short narrative, rede
    Define meaning of "story": A piece of fiction that narrates a chain of related events. ; A message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program.
  2. He writes stories for the magazines.
    His narrative was interesting.
    Disney's stories entertain adults as well as children.

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  3. Translate "story" to Spanish: piso, planta
    English Synonyms of "story": decker, floor, storey
    Define meaning of "story": Structure consisting of a room or set of rooms comprising a single level of a multilevel building.
  4. What level is the office on?

  5. Translate "story" to Spanish: rumor, chisme
    English Synonyms of "story": babbling, buzz word, earful, fictitious story, hearsay, murmur, rumor, buzz

  6. Translate "story" to Spanish: trama, argumento
    English Synonyms of "story": plot, scenario, story plot
    Define meaning of "story": The story that is told in a novel or play or movie etc.

  7. Translate "story" to Spanish: mentira, engaño
    English Synonyms of "story": lie, bedtime story, BS, bullshit, double shuffle, fast shuffle, untruth
    Define meaning of "story": A trivial lie.
  8. He told a fib about eating his spinach.
    How can I stop my child from telling stories?

  9. Translate "story" to Spanish: relato, narración
    English Synonyms of "story": account, narration, recountal
    Define meaning of "story": A record or narrative description of past events. ; A short account of the news. ; A message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program.
  10. A history of France.
    He gave an inaccurate account of the plot to kill the president.
    The story of exposure to lead.
    The report of his speech.
    The story was on the 11 o'clock news.
    The account of his speech that was given on the evening news made the governor furious.
    His narrative was interesting.
    Disney's stories entertain adults as well as children.

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Verb Conjugation for "story"
Gerund: storying

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Conceptually-related expressions of "story"
a great story
a tall story
a whale of a story
absurd story
an old story
an unbelievable story
and that's the end of the story
as the story goes
aspect of a news story
back-story
be a headline story
be a long story
be a never-ending story
be another story
be cut a long story short
be the whole story
bedtime story
big story
boy-meets-girl story
brief note added at the end of a newspaper story
Campbell Story
Carl Story
children's story
Christopher Story
cloak-and-dagger story
cock-and-bull story
complicated story
cook up a story
cover story
customer success story
detective story
developing story
dirty story
dope story
end of story
endless story
explicit moral appended to a fable or story
fall for the story
false and ill-intentioned story
false story
feature story
fictitious story
fish story
folk story
four-story
front-page story
funny story
get the point of the story
ghost story
good story
gripping story
halfway through the story
hard-luck story
hard-lucky story
harp on the same old story
headline story
heartbreaking story
horror story
human interest story
idle story
imaginary character of a story
incredible story
inside story
it is quite another story now
it's a long story
it's the never-ending story
juicy story
kill a newspaper story
know the life story of
lead story
life story
line of the story
long story
loose in the upper story
love story
malicious story
Michael Story
Montgomery Story
movie based on some person's life story
multi-story
multi-story house
mystery story
news serving as a supplement to a main story
news story
off one's upper story
old story
one story
one-story
one-story house
popular story
preliminary story
publish a premiere news story
repetition of an old story
rewritten news story
romance story
sad story
same old story
serial story
series of pictures or carvings representing a story
shaggy dog story
shopping mall with a single row of stores and restaurants typically in one-story buildings
short fictional story
short story
short-story writer
six-story
sob story
spin a story
spy story
stick to one's story
story that is repeated as if it were another separate story
strand of story
success story
such an old story
swallow a story book
swallow a tall story
tall story
tell a story
tell a story about
tell someone's story
tell the same old story
tell the story
tell the story of
tell the whole story to
telling story
text of a news story
that is a cock-and-bull story
that is another story
that's a different story
that's a likely story
that's a totally different story
that's another story
that's quite a different story
that's quite another story
the life story
the old old story
the same old story
the story goes
the whole story
three-story
to cut a long story short
to make a long story short
top story
touching story
tragic story
trite story
try to deceive someone with a false and overelaborate story
try to persuade someone with a false and overelaborate story
twist a story
two sides to the story
two-story
two-story apartment
unbelievable story
unconfirmed story
untrue story
very funny story
very suspenseful story
weather story
write the story of
you're always telling the same old story
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