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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A long slender piece of wood, especially:
- noun: A branch or stem cut from a tree or shrub.
- noun: A piece of wood, such as a tree branch, that is used for fuel, cut for lumber, or shaped for a specific purpose.
- noun: A wand, staff, baton, or rod.
- noun: Sports & Games Any of various implements shaped like a rod and used in play: a hockey stick.
- noun: A walking stick; a cane.
- noun: Something slender and often cylindrical in form: a stick of dynamite.
- noun: Slang A marijuana cigarette.
- noun: The control device of an aircraft that operates the elevators and ailerons.
- noun: Informal A stick shift.
- noun: Nautical A mast or a part of a mast.
- noun: Printing A composing stick.
- noun: Printing A stickful.
- noun: A group of bombs released to fall across an enemy target in a straight row.
- noun: Slang A group of paratroopers exiting an aircraft in succession.
- noun: A timber tree.
- noun: Informal A piece of furniture.
- noun: A poke, thrust, or stab with a stick or similar object: a stick in the ribs.
- noun: A threatened penalty: using both a carrot and a stick to keep allies in line.
- noun: The condition or power of adhering: a glue with plenty of stick.
- noun: Informal A remote area; backwoods: moved to the sticks.
- noun: Informal A city or town regarded as dull or unsophisticated.
- noun: Informal A person regarded as stiff, boring, or spiritless.
- noun: Archaic A difficulty or obstacle; a delay.
- verb-transitive: To pierce, puncture, or penetrate with a pointed instrument.
- verb-transitive: To kill by piercing.
- verb-transitive: To thrust or push (a pointed instrument) into or through another object.
- verb-transitive: To fasten into place by forcing an end or point into something: stick a hook on the wall.
- verb-transitive: To fasten or attach with or as if with pins, nails, or similar devices.
- verb-transitive: To fasten or attach with an adhesive material, such as glue or tape.
- verb-transitive: To cover or decorate with objects piercing the surface.
- verb-transitive: To fix, impale, or transfix on a pointed object: stick an olive on a toothpick.
- verb-transitive: To put, thrust, or push: stuck a flower in his buttonhole.
- verb-transitive: To detain or delay.
- verb-transitive: To prop (a plant) with sticks or brush on which to grow.
- verb-transitive: Printing To set (type) in a composing stick.
- verb-transitive: Informal To confuse, baffle, or puzzle: Sometimes even simple questions stick me.
- verb-transitive: To cover or smear with something sticky.
- verb-transitive: Informal To put blame or responsibility on; burden: stuck me with the bill.
- verb-transitive: Slang To defraud or cheat: The dealer stuck me with shoddy merchandise.
- verb-intransitive: To be or become fixed or embedded in place by having the point thrust in.
- verb-intransitive: To become or remain attached or in close association by or as if by adhesion; cling: stick together in a crowd.
- verb-intransitive: To remain firm, determined, or resolute: stuck to basic principles.
- verb-intransitive: To remain loyal or faithful: stuck by her through hard times.
- verb-intransitive: To persist or endure: a bad name that has stuck.
- verb-intransitive: To scruple or hesitate: She sticks at nothing—no matter how difficult.
- verb-intransitive: To become fixed, blocked, checked, or obstructed: The drawer stuck and would not open.
- verb-intransitive: To project or protrude: hair sticking out on his head.
- verb-intransitive: Sports To throw a jab in boxing.
- phrasal-verb: stick around Informal To remain; linger.
- phrasal-verb: stick out To be prominent.
- phrasal-verb: stick out Informal To put up with: stick out a bad situation.
- phrasal-verb: stick up To rob, especially at gunpoint.
- idiom: be stuck on Informal To be very fond of.
- idiom: stick it to Slang To treat severely or wrongfully.
- idiom: stick (one's) neck out Informal To make oneself vulnerable; take a risk.
- idiom: to To hold fast to an opinion or a set course of action.
- idiom: stick to (one's) knitting Informal To mind one's own business.
- idiom: stick to (one's) ribs Informal To be substantial or filling. Used of food.
- idiom: stick up for To defend or support.
- he wants a stick jis nori lazdos (gauti į kailį)
- dirigento lazdelė
- to hop the stick staiga numirti
- in a cleft stick padėtyje be išeities
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- walking stick (nendrinė) lazda
- to out one's stick išeiti