[Word For Today] Stranded

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‘Mind-blowing’: Stranded for 4 days, 73-year-old man and his two dogs survive in remote Oregon desert

In a stunning tale of survival, state police said Wednesday that Randolph and his two dogs miraculously survived after being stranded in the remote Oregon desert for days – with the heroic help of Quinones.


Quinones, a Portland biker, told the Associated Press that he hadn’t seen anyone for days during a trip through the “Oregon Outback,” an area in the south-central part of the state.

Word For Today:


Translations of stranded in different languages:

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How is stranded used?

  • unable to leave somewhere because of a problem such as not having any transport or money

If the tide comes in, we’ll be stranded on these rocks.

  • The noun form: Strand

1. a thin thread of something, often one of a few, twisted around each other to make a string or rope

a strand of dental floss; a strand of hair

2. a part that combines with other parts to form awhole story, subject, or situation

There are so many different strands to the plot that it’s hard to follow.

3. (literary) a shore

The winds are blowing from the low sea strand.


Make a sentence with “stranded”. Remember it’s an adjective!

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