stick on


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stick something on (to) someone or something

 and stick something on
to affix something onto someone or something. The baggage clerk stuck a label onto Jimmy as a joke. Jimmy stuck on the label.
See also: on, stick

stick on

v.
1. To be very fond of someone. Used in the passive: The doctor is stuck on the new medical intern.
2. To be dedicated or committed to some plan or idea. Used in the passive: My boss is stuck on the idea, despite its obvious drawbacks.
See also: on, stick