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 Translation for 'to stick' from English to Russian
VERB   to stick | stuck | stuck
sticking | sticks
SYNO control stick | joint | joystick | ...
закреплять [несов.]to stick
прилипнуть [сов.]to stick [adhere]
терпеть [несов.]to stick [Br.] [coll.] [tolerate]
совать [разг.] [класть куда-л. небрежно] [несов.]to stick [coll.] [put somewhere in a careless way]
воткнуть [сов.]to stick [thrust]
втыкать [несов.]to stick [thrust]
клеить [несов.]to stick [with glue etc.]
приклеить [сов.]to stick [with glue etc.]
2 Words
торчать [в сторону] [несов.]to stick out
выступать [выдаваться - о предмете или части тела] [несов.]to stick out
торчать [вверх] [несов.]to stick up
оставаться приверженным чему-л. [несов.]to stick with sth. [coll.]
гастр.
крабовая палочка {ж}
crab stick [imitation crab meat]
4 Words
высунуть язык [сов.]to stick one's tongue out
высовывать язык [несов.]to stick one's tongue out
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Usage Examples English
  • As an archer progresses from beginner to a more advanced level other stances such as the "open stance" or the "closed stance" may be used, although many choose to stick with a "neutral stance".
  • official said, "but you have to establish a reason to stick your pole in the water and start fishing".
  • As the air in the cup is heated, it expands, and after placing in the skin, cools, creating lower pressure inside the cup that allows the cup to stick to the skin via suction.
  • Once enacted, tariff reductions tended to stick.
  • Giants stand for the Basque people reluctant to convert to Christianity who decide to stick to the old lifestyle and customs in the forest.

  • As social animals, it is not easy to stick to an opinion that differs markedly from that of a majority of the group.
  • polyurethane in order to 'stick' to the skin.
  • 1978 was the year of the dominant Lotus 79 "wing car", which used aerodynamic ground effect to stick to the track when cornering, but Lauda won two races in the BT46, one with the controversial "B" or "fan car" version.
  • The underside of the body is covered in minute hair-like structures (microtrichia), which allow the larvae to stick to wet surfaces via capillary action.
  • Charles Deutsch, wanting to stick to Panhard engines, left DB in 1961 to found his own firm (CD).

  • This individual zone balancing prevents excessive dipping of one end of the needle which can cause the compass card to stick and give false readings.
  • There are multiple reasons why men learn how to stick fight.
  • Reed told him to stick as close to the truth as possible, to help make the lies more realistic, and he was coached in speaking slowly to cover any hesitations.
  • Jackie Andrade and Jon May, from Plymouth University's Cognition Institute, and doctoral student Jessica Skorka-Brown have conducted research that shows that playing "Tetris" could distract from cravings and give a "quick and manageable" fix for people struggling to stick to diets, or quit smoking or drinking.
  • When red blood cells unload oxygen into the tissues of the body, the mutated haemoglobin protein starts to stick together to form a semi-solid structure within the red blood cell.

  • falciparum" parasite displays adhesive proteins on the surface of the infected blood cells, causing the blood cells to stick to the walls of small blood vessels, thereby sequestering the parasite from passage through the general circulation and the spleen.
  • The LPC bus has replaced the ISA bus as the connection to the legacy I/O devices on recent motherboards; while physically quite different, LPC looks just like ISA to software, so that the peculiarities of ISA such as the 16 MiB DMA limit (which corresponds to the full address space of the Intel 80286 CPU used in the original IBM AT) are likely to stick around for a while.
  • Before the use of X-rays became commonplace, the separation was done with grease belts; diamonds have a stronger tendency to stick to grease than the other minerals in the ore.
  • One used to have to stick Lundy stamps on the back of the envelope; but Royal Mail now allows their use on the front of the envelope, but placed on the left side, with the right side reserved for the Royal Mail postage stamp or stamps.
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