sticks, 3rd person singular present; stuck, past tense; sticking, present participle; stuck, past participle;
Push a sharp or pointed object into or through (something)
he stuck his fork into the sausage
the candle was stuck in a straw-covered bottle
Fix something on (a point or pointed object)
stick the balls of wool on knitting needles
(of a pointed object) Be or remain fixed with its point embedded in (something)
there was a slim rod sticking into the ground beside me
Insert, thrust, or push
a youth with a cigarette stuck behind one ear
she stuck out her tongue at him
Protrude or extend in a certain direction
his front teeth stick out
Sue's hair was sticking up at all angles
Put somewhere, typically in a quick or careless way
just stick that sandwich on my desk
Used to express angry dismissal of a particular thing
he told them they could stick the job—he didn't want it anyway
Cause to incur an expense or loss
she stuck me for all of last month's rent
Stab or pierce with a sharp object
he screamed like a stuck pig
Adhere or cling to a substance or surface
the plastic seats stuck to my skin
Fasten or cause to adhere to an object or surface
she stuck the stamp on the envelope
Be or become fixed or jammed in one place as a result of an obstruction
he drove into a bog, where his wheels stuck fast
Remain in a static condition; fail to progress
he lost a lot of weight but had stuck at 210 pounds
(of a feeling or thought) Remain persistently in one's mind
one particular incident sticks in my mind
Be or become convincing, established, or regarded as valid
the authorities couldn't make the charges stick
the name stuck and Anastasia she remained
(in blackjack and similar card games) Decline to add to one's hand
Be fixed in a particular position or unable to move or be moved
Sara tried to open the window but it was stuck
we got stuck in a traffic jam
the cat's stuck up a tree
Be unable to progress with a task or find the answer or solution to something
I'm doing the crossword and I'm stuck
Be or remain in a specified place or situation, typically one perceived as tedious or unpleasant
I don't want to be stuck in an office all my life
Be at a loss for or in need of
I'm not usually stuck for words
Be unable to get rid of or escape from
like it or not, she and Grant were stuck with each other
Be infatuated with
he's too good for Jenny, even though she's so stuck on him
Accept or tolerate (an unpleasant or unwelcome person or situation)
I can't stick Geoffrey—he's a real old misery
Put up with or persevere with something difficult or disagreeable
caught or fixed; "stuck in the mud"
baffled; "this problem has me completely stuck"
(stick) an implement consisting of a length of wood; "he collected dry sticks for a campfire"; "the kid had a candied apple on a stick"
(stick) lodge: put, fix, force, or implant; "lodge a bullet in the table"; "stick your thumb in the crack"
(stick) a small thin branch of a tree
(stick) stay: stay put (in a certain place); "We are staying in Detroit; we are not moving to Cincinnati"; "Stay put in the corner here!"; "Stick around and you will learn something!"
A shtick (שטיק) (or schtick) is a comic theme or gimmick. "Shtick" is derived from the Yiddish word shtik (שטיק), meaning "piece"; the closely related German word Stück has the same meaning. The English word "piece" itself is also sometimes used in a similar context. ...
Stuck is an 2001 short film directed by Jamie Babbit. It tells the story of an elderly lesbian couple traveling across the desert, who are on the verge of ending their unhappy relationship. It was the first film produced by production company POWER UP and won three film festival awards.
Stuck is a 2002 Canadian feature-length video drama film written and directed by Lindsay Bourne. It features Amanda Tapping as Liz, JR Bourne as Bernie, Fred Henderson as Gordon, and Courtney Kramer as Cindy.
Stuck is a 2007 thriller directed by Stuart Gordon and starring Mena Suvari and Stephen Rea. The film premiered on May 21, 2007 at the Cannes Film Market.
Stuck was Puddle of Mudd's debut EP. The band had played a local battle of the bands competition and won the grand prize, the chance to record an EP. It was recorded at Red House in Lawrence, KS in 1993, and was released on Mudd Dog/V&R Records in 1994. ...
Big Time Rush (commonly abbreviated as BTR) is an American television music-themed teen sitcom based on the band of the same name. The series chronicles four high school friends from Minnesota — Kendall Knight (Kendall Schmidt), James Diamond (James Maslow), Carlos Garcia (Carlos Pena, Jr. ...
Trapped and unable to move; Unable to progress
(stuckness) The state of being stuck (in all senses)
(stick) A small branch from a tree or bush. ^syn.^ transl; A relatively long, thin piece of wood, of any size. ^transl; A two by four, the standard board used in constructing a frame house; Any roughly cylindrical piece of a substance. ...
(Stuckness) A change initiative becomes stuck when an important aspect of the implementation process loses direction and/or momentum toward its intended result and there is no confidence that a viable mitigation plan is in place. Stuckness may occur at the practitioner or the initiative level. ...
(Stick) I bought IBM and it ran up three sticks. – A full point (or dollar).
(Stick) 1) baseball bat. 2) San Francisco’s 3Com Park, formerly known as Candlestick Park (also 3Com Stick).
(Stick) The pole in the centre of the green with a flag attached.
(Stick) Tire traction. The car's sticking to the track.
The stick, held by the goaltender in their blocker hand, the blade of the stick should remain flat on the ice. Keep notice of the lie on a new stick. ...
(Stick) Surfer slang for a surfboard.
(stick) A control in the cockpit which controls the elevators (forward/back axis) and the ailerons (left/right axis).
A stick is a stick. Sounds fair enough! Normally wooden, about 30 inches in length with a diameter of about 1.5 inches. Sometimes the stick is half length and termed a "short stick" ! Used within the dance.
(stick) a hard time; to give someone stick is to tease them – also short for walking stick.