Word: stick

Category: stick

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Synonyms: stick

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: stick

spanish
palo, bastón, tiento, adherir, garrote, ...


german
anhaften, anschmiegen, schläger, schlagstock, gummiknüppel, ...

french
bâton, canne, barreau, barre, stick, ...

italian
mazza, appiccicare, bastone, sfollagente, ficcare, ...

portuguese
guisar, espetar, guisado, cacete, bengala, ...

dutch
vastkleven, aanhangen, staf, stok, kleven

russian
льнуть, придерживаться, застревать, заклеивать, выпячивать, ...

norwegian
stokk, kjepp, pinne

swedish
käpp, stav, pinne

finnish
pamppu, tikku, piintyä, tanko, oksa, ...

danish
stok

czech
obušek, přilepit, prut, tyčinka, lepit, ...

polish
kleić, przywierać, przyczepiać, wbić, rozlepiać, ...

hungarian
sorjázó

turkish
baston, sırık, değnek

greek
χώνω

ukrainian
приклеювати, приклеїти, приклеїтися

albanian
ngjis, shkop

bulgarian
пръчка, палка

belarusian
палка

estonian
pulk, torge, käigukang

croatian
drška, staviti, žezlo, proburaziti, nalijepiti

latin
virga

lithuanian
lazda, lazdelė

romanian
lipi, baston, b

slovenian
palica, lepit

slovak
tyčinka, lepiť

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The meaning and "use of": stick

noun
  • a thin piece of wood that has fallen or been cut from a tree.
  • a threat of punishment or unwelcome measures (often contrasted with the offer of reward as a means of persuasion).
  • rural areas far from cities.
  • a person of a specified kind.

verb
  • push a sharp or pointed object into or through (something).
  • adhere or cling to a substance or surface.
  • be fixed in a particular position or unable to move or be moved.
  • accept or tolerate (an unpleasant or unwelcome person or situation).

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