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stick /stɪk/ verb (past tense and past participle stuck /stʌk/)

Irregular Forms: (stuck)


چوب بازی هاکی ، هریک از سه میله عمودی کریکت چوبدست اسکی ، چوب بازی ، تخته موج سواری ، یک گروه چترباز که از یک در یا یک قسمت هواپیما به بیرون می پرند ، چسبیدن ، فرورفتن ، گیر کردن ، گیر افتادن ، سوراخ کردن ، نصب کردن ، الصاق کردن ، چوب ، عصا ، چماق ، وضع ، چسبندگی ، چسبناک ، الصاق ، تاخیر ، پیچ درکار ، تحمل کردن ، چسباندن ، تردید کردن ، وقفه ، علوم مهندسی: چسباندن ، ورزش: شلاق ، علوم نظامی: گروه پرنده
stick
[noun]
Synonyms:
- cane, baton, crook, pole, rod, staff, twig
- abuse, criticism, flak (informal)
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(Brit. slang)
[verb]
Synonyms:
- poke, dig, jab, penetrate, pierce, prod, puncture, spear, stab, thrust, transfix
- fasten, adhere, affix, attach, bind, bond, cling, fix, glue, hold, join, paste, weld
- with out, up,
etc.
: protrude, bulge, extend, jut, obtrude, poke, project, show
- put, deposit, lay, place, set
- stay, linger, persist, remain
- tolerate, abide, stand, stomach, take
- stick up for: defend, champion, stand up for, support
Antonyms: unstick
Contrasted words: loosen, detach, disengage
Related Idioms: the middle of nowhere, stick close, stick like a wet shirt, stick like the paper on the wall, stick like wax, stick to like a barnacle (or leech)
Related Words: affix, attach, fasten, fix, glue, cement, fuse, weld, braze, solder
English Thesaurus: place, position, point, spot, location, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. stick1 S1 W3 /stɪk/ verb (past tense and past participle stuck /stʌk/)
[Word Family: adjective: sticky, stuck, unstuck, non-stick; noun: sticker, stickiness; verb: stick]
[Language: Old English; Origin: stician]

1. ATTACH [intransitive and transitive] to attach something to something else using a substance, or to become attached to a surface
stick something on/to/in etc something
Someone had stuck posters all over the walls.
stick to/together
I could feel my shirt sticking to my back.
The oil keeps the pasta from sticking together.
This stamp won’t stick properly.

2. PUSH IN [intransitive, transitive always + adverb/preposition] if a pointed object sticks into something, or if you stick it there, it is pushed into it
stick (something) in/into/through something
pins stuck in a notice board
The boy stuck his finger up his nose.

3. PUT [transitive always + adverb/preposition] informal to put something somewhere quickly and without much care Synonym : bung:
Just stick it in the microwave for a few minutes.
The cards had been stuck through the letterbox.

4. MOVE PART OF BODY [transitive always + adverb/preposition] if you stick a part of your body somewhere, you put it in a position where other people can see it Synonym : put:
Clara stuck her head around the door to see who was there.
The baby stuck his legs in the air.
Don’t stick your tongue out. It’s rude!

5. DIFFICULT TO MOVE [intransitive] if something sticks, it becomes fixed in one position and is difficult to move:
This door keeps sticking.
The wheels stuck fast (=stuck completely) in the mud.

6. stick in sb’s mind if something sticks in your mind, you remember it well because it is unusual or interesting:
It’s the kind of name that sticks in your mind.

7. make something stick informal
a) to prove that something is true:
Is there enough evidence to make the charges stick?
b) to make a change become permanent:
The government has succeeded in making this policy stick.

8. NAME [intransitive] if a name that someone has invented sticks, people continue using it:
One newspaper dubbed him ‘Eddie the Eagle’, and the name stuck.

9. somebody can stick something spoken used to say angrily that you do not want what someone is offering you:
I told them they could stick their job.

10. STAY IN BAD SITUATION [transitive] British English spoken to continue to accept a situation or person, even though you do not like them Synonym : stand:
I can’t stick mum’s new boyfriend.
can’t stick doing something
Gerry can’t stick working for Featherstone’s any longer.
I don’t know how you stick it.

11. stick in sb’s throat/gullet British English, stick in sb’s craw American English if a situation or someone’s behaviour sticks in your throat, it is so annoying that you cannot accept it:
Her criticism really stuck in my craw.

12. stick in sb’s throat if words stick in your throat, you are unable to say them because you are afraid or upset

13. stick to sb’s ribs informal food that sticks to your ribs is very satisfying, so you are not hungry after you have eaten
stuck, ⇒ stick/poke your nose into something at nose1(3)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. stick2 S3 noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: sticca]

1. PART OF TREE a long thin piece of wood from a tree, which is no longer attached to the tree ⇒ branch, twig:
They collected sticks to start the fire.

2. TOOL a long thin piece of wood, plastic etc that you use for a particular purpose:
a pair of drum sticks
a measuring stick
Aunt Lou walks with a stick (=uses a stick to help her walk).

3. PIECE a long thin or round piece of something:
carrot sticks with dip
a glue stick
stick of
a stick of chewing gum

4. SPORTS a long, specially shaped piece of wood, plastic etc that you use in some sports to hit a ball:
a hockey stick

5. (out) in the sticks a long way from a town or city:
They live out in the sticks.

6. get (hold of) the wrong end of the stick British English informal to understand a situation in completely the wrong way:
People who think the song is about drugs have got the wrong end of the stick.

7. a stick to beat somebody with something that can be used as a reason for criticizing someone:
These tests will just give politicians yet another stick to beat the teachers with.

8. PLANE the handle you use to control a plane ⇒ joystick

9. CAR American English informal a stick shift

10. get on the stick American English spoken to start doing something you should be doing

11. give somebody/get (some) stick British English spoken if you give someone stick, you criticize them for something they have done:
He’s going to get some stick for this!

12. up sticks British English informal if you up sticks, you move to a different area
carrot and stick at carrot(3)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

stick
noun
ADJ. big, long | little, short | thick, thin
QUANT. bundle | pile
VERB + STICK brandish, wave A mob came over the hill yelling and brandishing sticks.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

stick
verb
ADV. just, simply He simply stuck a pin in at random amongst the names of candidates.
PREP. in, into, on, onto, through He stuck the note through her letter box.
PHRASAL VERBS stick to sth
ADV. close, closely | rigidly, slavishly, strictly sticking slavishly to the rules
doggedly, firmly, resolutely, stubbornly She simply made a decision and resolutely stuck to it.
VERB + STICK tend to I tended to stick to tried and tested techniques.
decide to | be determined to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

stick
stɪk
See: carrot and stick , more than one could shake a stick at

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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