Sticking Meaning and Definition

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Sticking meaning

Word: Sticking

How to pronounce: ˈstɪkɪŋ



1. A thin piece of wood that has fallen or been cut off a tree.

Example sentences: "Hayes picked up a fallen stick and twirled it idly between his fingers."

2. A long, thin piece of something.

Example sentences: "A stick of dynamite"

3. A threat of punishment or unwelcome measures (often contrasted with the offer of reward as a means of persuasion)

Example sentences: "Training that relies more on the carrot than on the stick"

4. Rural areas far from cities or civilization.

5. A person of a specified kind.

6. A large quantity of unsold stock, especially the proportion of shares which must be taken up by underwriters after an unsuccessful issue.



1. Push a sharp or pointed object into or through (something)

Example sentences: "He stuck his fork into the sausage"

2. Insert, thrust, or push.

Example sentences: "A youth with a cigarette stuck behind one ear"

3. Adhere or cling to something.

Example sentences: "The plastic seats stuck to my skin"

4. Be fixed in a particular position or unable to move or be moved.

Example sentences: "Sara tried to open the window but it was stuck"

5. Accept or tolerate (an unpleasant or unwelcome person or situation)



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Sticking in Other Languages...

Spanish: Pegar

German: Knackpunkt

French: Coller

Italian: Conficcandosi

Turkish: Yapışma


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