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1. Continue what one is doing, endure something to the end, as in I hate large parties but I promised her I'd stick it to the end. [Early 1900s] Also see stick out, def. 2.
2. Also, stick it or shove it up one's ass . Do whatever you like with it, I don't want it, as in Do that job all over again? Why don't you stick it?, or Tell the chef he can take this fish and shove it up his ass. This vulgar slangy idiom, which uses stick in the sense of "thrust inward or upward," also functions as a variant of up yours. [Second half of 1800s]
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When it's on the pitch and fans give you stick it's fine but when people take it outside of football and you're with your family and having a meal it's a bit different.
It does stick It's a reminder your guard much because know to " Lones, 19, of no fixed address, was jailed for 27 months at Wolverhampton Crown Court after admitting possession of an imitation firearm with intent to cause fear of violence.
"In a way, when they give you stick it's because you're playing well, so I guess we hope they don't give him too much."
The sport for him is "easy when you know how to skate but when you use the stick it's a bit hard."
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"And when you have nearly 40,000 Scousers who are hardcore giving the ref a bit of stick it's a tough decision.
"It's not about win at all costs, but if a horse is responding to the stick it's frustrating to have to stop using it."
I have had so much stick it's unbelievable, until now of course!"
All you have to do is stick It's A Wonderful Life in my video.
Sony has always bragged that MemoryStick is the size of a stick of chewing gum, but tell me, if I get a Thumbdrive, should I stick it in my mouth?
9 Ashley Williams should not be singled out for stick IT'S easy for Cardiff City fans to have a pop at the Swansea skipper for the back-pass which got stuck in the mud that led to the first Croatian goal.
"So when I see Arsene Wenger getting stick it's just another example of the game gone completely crazy."
If anyone is going to take stick it's the attacking players because we hardly created a thing.
We all know the world has hotspots which require help but why should Britain be the first to stick it's head up higher than other nations?