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NOUN USES 名词用法
N-COUNT 枯枝;柴枝 A stick is a thin branch which has fallen off a tree.
...people carrying bundles of dried sticks to sell for firewood.
N-COUNT 杖;棍;棒 A stick is a long thin piece of wood which is used for supporting someone's weight or for hitting people or animals.
He looks old and walks with a stick...
Crowds armed with sticks and stones took to the streets.
N-COUNT (用于某一特定用途的)木条，木棍 A stick is a long thin piece of wood which is used for a particular purpose.
N-COUNT (体育运动中使用的)杖，棍，棒 Some long thin objects that are used in sports are called sticks .
N-COUNT 条状物;棒状物;棍状物 A stick of something is a long thin piece of it.
...a stick of celery.
N-UNCOUNT 严厉的批评;大肆的取笑 If you give someone some stick, you criticize them or tease them roughly.
It's not motorists who give you the most stick, it's the general public...
I get some stick from the lads because of my faith but I don't mind.
N-PLURAL 偏远乡村;边远地区 If you say that someone lives in the sticks, you mean that they live a long way from any large cities.
He lived out in the sticks somewhere.
PHRASE 批评别人的依据 If you say that something is a stick to beat someone with, you mean that it is used, or could be used, as a basis for criticism.
Unfortunately historic American fiction is constantly being used as a stick to beat contemporary British writers with.
PHRASE (完全)误解;错误地理解 If someone gets the wrong end of the stick or gets hold of the wrong end of the stick, they do not understand something correctly and get the wrong idea about it.
PHRASE 很多 If you say that there are more things than you could or can shake a stick at, you are emphasizing in a humorous way that there are a lot of them.
...a man with more medals than you can shake a stick at.
VERB USES 动词用法
VERB (随便地)放，搁，塞 If you stick something somewhere, you put it there in a rather casual way.
He folded the papers and stuck them in his desk drawer...
Jack opened his door and stuck his head out.
V-ERG 刺;扎;戳 If you stick a pointed object in something, or if it sticks in something, it goes into it or through it by making a cut or hole.
They sent in loads of male nurses and stuck a needle in my back...
Some punk stuck a knife in her last night...
VERB 突出/扎进 If something is sticking out from a surface or object, it extends up or away from it. If something is sticking into a surface or object, it is partly in it.
They lay where they had fallen from the crane, sticking out of the water...
Something was sticking from the pocket of the little man's grimy shorts...
VERB (用胶水、胶带等)粘，粘贴 If you stick one thing to another, you attach it using glue, sticky tape, or another sticky substance.
Don't forget to clip the token and stick it on your card...
We just stuck it to the window...
VERB 黏附;附着在 If one thing sticks to another, it becomes attached to it and is difficult to remove.
The soil sticks to the blade and blocks the plough...
Peel away the waxed paper if it has stuck to the bottom of the cake...
VERB 铭记在心;经久不忘 If something sticks in your mind, you remember it for a long time.
The incident stuck in my mind because it was the first example I had seen of racism in that country...
That song has stuck in my head for years.
VERB (名字)流传开去，被众人采用 If you give someone or something a name and the name sticks, it becomes the name which most people use to refer to that person or thing.
A friend dubbed it 'The Sanctuary' and the name stuck.
VERB (证明…)属实,成立 If someone manages to make a charge or accusation stick, they show that the person accused is guilty of the crime or action they are accused of.
I don't see how they'll make the charges stick...
But legal experts are not sure if such a charge can stick.
VERB 固定不动 If something which can usually be moved sticks, it becomes fixed in one position.
The needle on the dial went right round to fifty feet, which was as far as it could go, and there it stuck...
仪表盘上的指针一下转到了 50 英尺处，也就是到头了，然后就停在那里不动了。
The dagger stuck tightly in the silver scabbard.
VERB 忍受;容忍 If you are in an unpleasant or difficult situation and you say that you cannot stick it, you mean that you cannot bear to remain there long.
Got a job bottle-washing at the brewery. I lasted a fortnight. I couldn't stick it...
How long did you stick it for?
PHRASE 去他的(工作);杵一边去 If you say that someone can stick something, especially a job, or if you tell them where to stick it, you are rudely refusing it or emphasizing that you do not want it or like it.
It's a rotten play, so they can stick it...
She then stormed out in a temper telling him to 'stick his job'.