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stick  Verb
Plural: sticks
  1. Translate "stick" to Spanish: pegar, fijar, unir, adherir, encolar
    English Synonyms of "stick": attach, stick on, affix, bind together, cleave, paste up, put up, stick down
    Define meaning of "stick": Stick to firmly.; Fasten with an adhesive material like glue.
  2. She sticks the poster, Ella pega el afiche.
    Will this wallpaper adhere to the wall?
    Stick the poster onto the wall.

  3. Translate "stick" to Spanish: insertar, meter
    English Synonyms of "stick": introduce, plug in, insert, put in, work in, incase, intromit
    Define meaning of "stick": Fix, force, or implant.
  4. Lodge a bullet in the table.

  5. Translate "stick" to Spanish: hincar, punzar
    English Synonyms of "stick": dig, jab, jab at, poke, prod, puncture, pink
    Define meaning of "stick": Pierce or penetrate or puncture with something pointed. ; Pierce with a thrust using a pointed instrument.
  6. He stuck the needle into his finger.
    He stuck the cloth with the needle.


  7. Translate "stick" to Spanish: adherirse, pegarse, unirse
    English Synonyms of "stick": adhere, become attached, bond, bond together, cleave, cling
    Define meaning of "stick": Come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation. ; Stick to firmly.; Be a devoted follower or supporter. ; Endure.
  8. bonded, Los trozos de madera se unieron=The wooden pieces stuck.
    The dress clings to her body.
    The label stuck to the box.
    The sushi rice grains cohere.
    Will this wallpaper adhere to the wall?
    The residents of this village adhered to Catholicism.
    She sticks to her principles.
    The label stuck to her for the rest of her life.

  9. Translate "stick" to Spanish: atascarse
    English Synonyms of "stick": get stuck, stall, bog down, get bogged down, get stuck in the mud, stick in mud
    Define meaning of "stick": Be or become fixed.
  10. The door sticks--we will have to plane it.

  11. Translate "stick" to Spanish: mantenerse
    English Synonyms of "stick": keep on, keep


  12. Translate "stick" to Spanish: aguantar
    English Synonyms of "stick": bear, endure, abide, put up with, sit down under, stand, suffer, tolerate
    Define meaning of "stick": Put up with something or somebody unpleasant.

  13. Translate "stick" to Spanish: tolerar
    English Synonyms of "stick": let, tolerate, abide, allow, allow of, permit, put up with, brook, countenance
    Define meaning of "stick": Leave unchanged.; Put up with something or somebody unpleasant. ; Consent to, give permission. ; Make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen.

  14. Translate "stick" to Spanish: dejar perplejo
    English Synonyms of "stick": baffle, bewilder, confound, disconcert, dizzy, dumbfound, dumfound, puzzle
    Define meaning of "stick": Be a mystery or bewildering to.


  15. Translate "stick" to Spanish: emperrar
    English Synonyms of "stick": jam
    Define meaning of "stick": Interfere with or prevent the reception of signals. ; Block passage through.

stick  Noun
  1. Translate "stick" to Spanish: vara, palo, trozo de madera, pértiga
    English Synonyms of "stick": staff, length of wood, rod, wand
    Define meaning of "stick": Implement consisting of a length of wood.
  2. He collected dry sticks for a campfire.
    The kid had a candied apple on a stick.

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  3. Translate "stick" to Spanish: bastón, báculo, bastón de caminar
    English Synonyms of "stick": staff, cane, walking cane, walking stick, singlestick
    Define meaning of "stick": A strong rod or stick with a specialized utilitarian purpose.


  4. Translate "stick" to Spanish: verga, árbol, palo
    English Synonyms of "stick": mast, sailor yard, spar, sail yard, sailyard, sprit, yardarm
    Define meaning of "stick": Stout pole used to hold the sails in the ship. ; A vertical spar for supporting sails.

  5. Translate "stick" to Spanish: garrote, cachiporra, marillo, cachava
    English Synonyms of "stick": club, blackjack, billy, garotte, bludgeon, cudgel, baton, black-jack, cosh
    Define meaning of "stick": Stout stick that is larger at one end.

  6. Translate "stick" to Spanish: ramita
    English Synonyms of "stick": little twig, small branch, sprig, twig
    Define meaning of "stick": A small thin branch of a tree.


  7. Translate "stick" to Spanish: palanca de mando
    English Synonyms of "stick": control column, control lever, control stick, joystick, shift stick

  8. Translate "stick" to Spanish: abuso verbal
    English Synonyms of "stick": verbal abuse

  9. Translate "stick" to Spanish: cigarrillo de marihuana, porro
    English Synonyms of "stick": marihuana cigarette, marijuana cigarette, doobie, dubee, duby, gage butt, gauge butt, good butt, goof-butt


  10. Translate "stick" to Spanish: palo, bastón que simboliza poder y autoridad
    English Synonyms of "stick": rod, staff that is symbolic of power and authority, baculus

Verb Conjugation for "stick"
Gerund: sticking

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Conceptually-related expressions of "stick"
apply the policy of the carrot and the stick
bang sticks together
be caught in a cleft stick
be grabbing the wrong end of the stick
be in cleft stick
beat out with a stick
beat with a stick
big stick
billiard stick
blow to the face with a hockey stick
blow with a stick
boom sticks
bread stick
bundle of sticks
cancer stick
candy stick
carrot and stick
carrot-and-stick policy
carry the stick
chap-stick
composing stick
control or command stick
control stick
dead-stick landing
digging stick
dip sticks
direction stick
dope stick
dynamite stick
end up with the short end of the stick
fan sticks
finger stick
fire stick
fish stick
fish sticks
folding stick
forked stick
French stick
fritter stick
fuck-stick
fungo stick
gambrel stick
gear stick
get hold of the wrong end of the stick
get on the stick
get the crappy end of the stick
get the cruddy end of the stick
get the dirty end of the stick
get the little end of the stick
get the mucky end of the stick
get the rough end of the stick
get the shit end of the stick
get the shitten end of the stick
get the shitty end of the stick
get the short end of the stick
give the stick
gob-stick
grab the wrong end of the stick
grass stick
green stick
gutter stick
hickory stick fracture
hit with a stick
hockey stick
hockey-stick recovery
hurling stick
hype-stick
iron-tipped digging stick
jive stick
joss stick
joy-stick
kick stick
lacrosse stick
licorice stick
long straight stick loaf
make stick
match stick
Meyer hockey stick incision
more than you can shake a stick at
mouth stick
needle-stick injuries
no-stick
non-stick
old stick
out in the sticks
pogo stick
pointed stick
pointing stick
policy of the big stick
put a stick in it
sharpening stick
shaving stick
shift stick
shooting stick
ski stick
smudge stick
snack consisting of several pickled foods on a stick
stick to your flannels until your flannels stick to you
swagger stick
swizzel stick
swizzle stick
sword stick
tally stick
the principle of the carrot and the stick
the sticks
throw enough dirt and some will stick
walking stick
whole-stick harvester
with blows of a stick
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