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Pronunciation of Stick To: Learn how to pronounce Stick To in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word stick:

verb (past and past participle stuck /stʌk/)
1 [with object] (stick something in/into/through) push a sharp or pointed object into or through (something):
he stuck his fork into the sausage
she stuck her finger in his eye
(stick something on) fix something on (a point or pointed object):
stick the balls of wool on knitting needles
[no object] (stick in/into/through) (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
stab or pierce with a sharp object:
(as adjective stuck)
he screamed like a stuck pig
2 [with object and adverbial] insert, thrust, or push:
a youth with a cigarette stuck behind one ear
she stuck out her tongue at him
[no object, with adverbial of direction] protrude or extend in a certain direction:
his front teeth stick out
Sue’s hair was sticking up at all angles
[with object and adverbial of place] put somewhere, typically in a quick or careless way:
just stick that sandwich on my desk
informal used to express angry dismissal:
he told them they could stick the job—he didn’t want it anyway
informal cause to incur an expense or loss:
she stuck me for last month’s rent
3 [no object] adhere or cling to something:
the plastic seats stuck to my skin
if you heat the noodles in the microwave, they tend to stick together
[with object and adverbial of place] fasten or cause to adhere to something:
she stuck the stamp on the envelope
informal 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 pontoon and similar card games) decline to add to one’s hand.
4 (be/get stuck) 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
[no object] be or become fixed or jammed as a result of an obstruction:
he drove into a bog, where his wheels stuck fast
(be/get stuck) be unable to progress with a task or find the answer or solution to something:
I’m doing the crossword and I’ve got stuck
[no object] remain in a static condition; fail to progress:
he lost a lot of weight but had stuck at 15 stone
[with adverbial of place] (be stuck) informal 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 stuck for) be at a loss for or in need of:
I’m not usually stuck for words
(be stuck with) informal be unable to get rid of or escape from:
like it or not, she and Grant were stuck with each other
(be stuck on) informal be infatuated with:
he’s too good for Jenny, even though she’s so stuck on him
5 [often with negative] British informal accept or tolerate (an unpleasant or unwelcome person or situation):
I can’t stick Geoffrey—he’s a real old misery
(stick it out) informal put up with or persevere with something difficult or disagreeable:
I decided to stick it out for another couple of years

stick to
1continue or confine oneself to doing or using (a particular thing):
I’ll stick to bitter lemon, thanks
not move or digress from (a path or a subject):
we stuck close to the paths
let’s stick to the facts
2adhere to (a commitment, belief, or rule):
the government stuck to their election pledges