Definition of Straddle
to be on both sides of something; to sit or stand with one leg on either side of something
Use Straddle in a sentence
The photo shows Sally dressed in black jeans , straddling a horse.
The arch straddles the two borders of the United States and Canada, and is meant to represent the longest undefended boundary in the world.
My research topic straddles psychology and sociology.
The kid is not tall enough to straddle that bicycle seat.
My father was an immigrant straddling two cultures, Bosnian and Greek.
She had been famous for her straddle split jump, touching her toes with her fingers.
John has successfully straddled different cultures throughout his career.
The fence is easy to straddle and the attendant greasy and bored.
His farm literally straddled the border being partly in Hereford and partly in Brecon.
Most great straddle jumpers have a run at angles of about 30 to 40 degrees.