stick in (one's)/the mind

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stick in (one's)/the mind

To be very memorable; to be unlikely to be forgotten. Out of my entire time in high school, one day in particular sticks in my mind—the day of the big biology test. She's very good with statistics. She says numbers just stick in her mind!
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stick in someone's mind

to remain in someone's thinking. The events of that day stuck in my mind for a very long time. The image of her smiling face stuck in Henry's mind for a long time.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

stick in your ˈmind

(of a memory, an idea, a picture, etc.) be remembered for a long time because it made a strong impression on you: The image of the dead child’s face stuck in my mind for years.That poem has always stuck in my mind.
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