• do not stir a finger
  • 指一本動かそうとしない;少しも助けようとしない
  • Pity stirred in his heart.
  • あわれみの情が彼の心にわいた
  • stir a person's heart
  • 人の心を揺り動かす
  • stir one's tea with a spoon
  • スプーンで紅茶をかき回す
  • stir sugar into one's coffee
  • コーヒーに砂糖を入れてかき混ぜる
  • stir the blood
  • 人を興奮[熱中]させる
  • stir things up
  • 騒ぎを起こす
  • stir up a person's curiosity
  • 人の好奇心を呼び起こす
  • stir up mud
  • 泥をかき回す;醜聞を明らかにする
  • stir up the poor to protest
  • 貧しい人々を扇動して抗議運動を起こさせる
  • Stir well before applying.
  • 使用前によくかき混ぜること
  • The news made [created, caused] quite a stir.
  • その知らせで大騒ぎになった
  • in stir
  • 投獄されて
  • After refusing initial requests, Bryan finally came to the state and, in three days, crisscrossed the state with Goebel to stir up support.
  • Wikipedia: Kentucky gubernatorial election, 1899
  • Another of Władysław's brothers, the malcontent Švitrigaila, chose this moment to stir up revolts behind the lines and declare himself grand duke.
  • Wikipedia: Jogaila
  • As dreadnoughts were quickly equated with international status, somewhat similar to nuclear weapons today—that is, regardless of a state's need for such equipment, simply ordering and possessing a dreadnought increased the owner's prestige—the order caused a major stir in international relations.
  • Wikipedia: South American dreadnought race
  • As such, the ships caused quite a stir among the major countries in the world, many of whom incorrectly speculated the ships were actually destined for a rival nation.
  • Wikipedia: Minas Geraes-class battleship
  • As the Romans and the Achaean League were advancing towards the city, a young Argive named Damocles attempted to stir up a revolution against the Spartan garrison.
  • Wikipedia: War against Nabis
  • Despite his large income, he refused to provide his employees a year-end bonus, causing a significant stir in the factory.
  • Wikipedia: Elwood Haynes
  • Friction stir welding was invented in 1991 by Wayne Thomas at The Welding Institute (TWI, UK) and found high-quality applications all over the world.
  • Wikipedia: Welding
  • Hummel's distinctive halved strip designed for the Danish national team for the 1986 FIFA World Cup caused a stir in the media but FIFA worried about moiré artefacts in television pictures.
  • Wikipedia: Kit (association football)
  • I saw the hideous phantasm of a man stretched out, and then, on the working of some powerful engine, show signs of life, and stir with an uneasy, half vital motion.
  • Wikipedia: Mary Shelley