“Crouch”: vocabulary meaning.

A position with your knees bent and your body lowered, like when photographer wants to take a picture of something which is small and lying on the ground or like in the example above, you need to open the bottom part of the fridge to get something from it.

Other examples of “crouch” vocabulary in a sentence

  • She crouched down behind the chair because she didn’t want him to see her.
  • She crouched down to clean the floor.
  • As the last exercise, crouch down into a squat.

“Crouch”: use in context explanation

The woman is woken up in the middle of the night by some noise coming from the kitchen. She goes and checks what’s going on and finds her husband crouching and trying to get something from the fridge. The man couldn’t sleep so he thought a can of beer could help him. He didn’t want his wife to find out about it, he wanted it to be a secret. When the woman catches him in the act, she is really mad and expects him to explain to her what he’s doing and why he’s doing it.