sticks / stɪk /


sticks2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a branch or shoot of a tree or shrub that has been cut or broken off.
  2. a relatively long and slender piece of wood.
  3. a long piece of wood for use as fuel, in carpentry, etc.
v. 有主动词 verb

sticked, stick·ing.

  1. to furnish with a stick or sticks in order to prop or support.
  2. Printing. to set in a composing stick.

sticks 近义词

n. 名词 noun

pole, often wooden

v. 动词 verb

adhere, affix

v. 动词 verb

poke with pointed object

v. 动词 verb

position, lay

v. 动词 verb



  • stick around
  • stick at
  • stick by
  • stick in one's craw
  • stick it
  • stick it to someone
  • stick one's neck out
  • stick out
  • stick to
  • stick together
  • stick to one's guns
  • stick to one's last
  • stick to the ribs
  • stick up
  • stick up for
  • stick with
  • sticky fingers
  • carrot and stick
  • get on the stick
  • make stick
  • more than one can shake a stick at
  • short end of the stick
  • stand (stick) up for
  • wrong end of the stick


  1. Good governance would mean sticks and coal for too many of our favorite politicians.
  2. They played together, made spears from sticks and sharp rocks, chased chickens together.
  3. Sticks and stones may break my bones / but chains and whips excite me.
  4. In the comic books, he sticks around at least until the group reaches the Alexandria Safe-Zone.
  5. Saint Louis City police also spent $325,000 upgrading helmets, sticks and other civil disobedience equipment.
  6. He walked about, stumbling over sticks and stones and stumps, sometimes falling down on soft moss, and again on the hard ground.
  7. Regular pitched battles were fought with sticks and staves and stones.
  8. The boys were dragging along the banquette a small "express wagon," which they had filled with blocks and sticks.
  9. The black sticks resembling lollipops are said to be compounds of rum, bullocks' blood and tobacco lees.
  10. How I do wish sometimes to give Ritchie a jog, when there is some stumbling-block that he sticks fast at.