English to Japanese Meaning :: stick

スティック, 棒, 棍棒, 足, 棒切れ貼る, 刺さる, 付ける, 張る, 刺す, 張り付ける, 貼り付ける, 取り付く, 関わる, 係わる, 吸い付く
Stick :
スティック
- スティックノンスティックびしびし粘着スティック
 

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Noun(1) an implement consisting of a length of wood(2) a small thin branch of a tree(3) a lever used by a pilot to control the ailerons and elevators of an airplane(4) a rectangular quarter pound block of butter or margarine(5) informal terms for the leg(6) a long implement (usually made of wood(7) a long thin implement resembling a length of wood(8) marijuana leaves rolled into a cigarette for smoking(9) threat of a penalty
Verb(1) put, fix, force, or implant(2) stay put (in a certain place(3) stick to firmly(4) be or become fixed(5) endure(6) be a devoted follower or supporter(7) be loyal to(8) cover and decorate with objects that pierce the surface(9) fasten with an adhesive material like glue(10) fasten with or as with pins or nails(11) fasten into place by fixing an end or point into something(12) pierce with a thrust using a pointed instrument(13) pierce or penetrate or puncture with something pointed(14) come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation(15) saddle with something disagreeable or disadvantageous(16) be a mystery or bewildering to

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(1) City councillors take a lot of stick over their transport policy.(2) Then, as the circle of guards got tighter, she realized there was a six-foot long, wood stick lying on the ground, halfway buried in the dirt.(3) You must have got some stick from team-mates during your playing days?(4) the authorities couldn't make the charges stick(5) Nobody should be hit in the head with a puck coming off the stick of someone at 100 + mph without a helmet.(6) If history is any guide a lot of this diplomacy was doubtless clumsily done, in alternations between proffers of carrots and threats of the stick .(7) Imagine being able to land a jumbo jet without ever taking control of the stick .(8) Finally you are putting into this mix a whole stick of reduction butter.(9) Despite lengthy investigations, neither charge was made to stick , although he was reproached by the chairmen of both inquiries.(10) I felt the urge to stick my tongue out behind their backs but I stopped myself.(11) just stick that sandwich on my desk(12) If car makers don't agree to move quickly, Kerry could pull out the stick : the threat of higher fuel-economy standards.(13) The charges against him won't stick , but the chilling effect it will have on other researchers will.(14) stick the balls of wool on knitting needles(15) They stood it upright with the help of some remnant pieces of wood, took a stick from the bonfire and lit the fuse before standing back and covering their ears.(16) I hesitated only long enough to grab an incense stick and lighter, and was outside in a minute.
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Noun
1. piece of wood ::
木切れ
2. walking stick ::
3. cane ::
4. club ::
クラブ
5. reefer ::
冷凍車
6. peg ::
くいです
7. joystick ::
ジョイスティック
Verb
8. thrust ::
推力
9. pierce ::
突き刺します
10. adhere ::
付着
11. affix ::
接辞
12. become trapped ::
となって閉じ込められました
13. remain ::
残ります
14. be upheld ::
是認します
16. nonplus ::
nonplus
17. lodge ::
ロッジ
18. stick by ::
によってスティック
19. bond ::
ボンド
20. sting ::
刺します
21. stick around ::
くっつき回る
Different Forms
nonstick, stick, stickily, sticking, sticks
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