Let's get stuck in!
I realize it more and more every day, but I will stick it out till I break down.
(vulg) ; Ill tell him where he can stick his job!
Who'd have supposed the men were going to stick out like thisnobody suggested that.
) tío m he's a funny old stick es un tío raro or divertido.Thank you for the compliment, but I don't expect to stick to it all my life.( work ) (pongamos) manos a la loto dernier tirage 50 obra!; ( eat ) atacar!To stick it out ( persevere ) tenir le coup stick to vt fus ( adhere to ) stamp, sticker, dough coller à Knead the dough until it no longer sticks to your hands Pétrissez la pâte jusqu'à ce qu'elle ne colle plus à vos.( fam ) ( tolerate ) sopportare I can't stick it any longer non ne posso più.He must learn to stick at his job."If only he'd stick out there in the brush where he belongs, I'd let him stay she explained.A long thin piece of wood etc shaped for a special purpose.Noun (1) pk 1 chiefly Southern US and Midland US : bag, sack poke verb poked; poking transitive verb 1a(1) : prod, jab poked him in the ribs (2) : to urge or stir by prodding or jabbing poked and scolded by the old folks.Ich halte das nicht mehr (länger) aus!( stay close to ) person rester aux côtés de; path, road rester sur ( keep to ) agreement respecter ; one's word, promise tenir ; principles rester fidèle à; story, facts s'en tenir à ; rules respecter Will you please stick to the facts.To fasten or be fastened (by glue, gum etc ).



( thrust ) knife, fork, needle enfoncer to stick sth into sth enfoncer qch dans qch ( put ) fourrer, fiche I just stuck it in an envelope and sent it off Je l'ai juste fichu dans une enveloppe et je l'ai envoyé., Je l'ai.
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( Cards ) I stick; I'm sticking me planto stick around VI ADV quedarse stick back VT ADV.
To (cause to) project; His front teeth stick out ; He stuck out his tongue.
( work ) manos a la obra!; ( eat ) atacar!( esp Brit ) ( criticism ) the critics gave him a lot of stick los críticos le dieron una buena paliza to get or take a lot of stick recibir una buena paliza, tener que aguantar mucho.How's a woman going to be proud and stick out about things when she loves a man?Carrot (of sealing wax, celery, rhubarb, dynamite) Stange f ; (of chalk, shaving soap) Stück nt ; (Aviat: joystick) Steuerknüppel m ; (of bombs) Bombenladung f für Reihenabwurf; (Typ) Winkelhaken m ; a stick deodorant (Brit) a deodorant stick, a stick of deodorant ein Deostift.Cornelius took his hat and stick, and said he would walk with her.( length of wood ) (trozo m de) madera f ; ( shaped ) palo m, vara f ; ( as weapon ) palo m, porra f ; ( walking stick ) bastón m ( Aer ) ( joystick ) palanca f de mando (.Bang, bash, bat, beat, belt, biff, blow, bop, box, buffet, bust, chop, clap, clip, clout, crack, cuff, dab, douse, british, fillip, hack, haymaker, hit, hook, knock, larrup dialect, lash, lick, pelt, pick, plump, pound, punch, rap, slam, slap, slug, smack, smash, sock, spank, stinger, stripe.To be stuck ( door, window ) essere bloccato / a ; ( knife, screw ) essere incastrato / a it's stuck in my throat mi si è conficcato in gola to be stuck with sb/sth ( fam ) doversi sorbire qn/qc, dover sopportare qn/qc.Stick up vi dépasser, sortir Her hair is sticking up BUT Elle a les cheveux dressés sur sa tête.(inf) den Job kann er sich (dat) sonst wohin stecken (inf) ( decorate: with pearls) besetzen (Brit inf : tolerate) aushalten ; pace, pressure of work durchhalten ; I cant stick him/that ich kann ihn/das nicht ausstehen (inf) ; I cant stick it any longer!