Definition of stick to
1 : to continue doing or using (something) especially when it is difficult to do so She stuck to her story about the money already being missing when she got there. Please stick to the script/subject/rules. Stick to the marked trails. If you want to succeed, you've got to stick to it and not give up.
2 : to not change (a decision, belief, etc.) I intend to stick to my promise/word. She's sticking to her decision to retire.
Word by Word Definitions
: a woody piece or part of a tree or shrub: such as
: a usually dry or dead severed shoot, twig, or slender branch
: a cut or broken branch or piece of wood gathered for fuel or construction material
: to hit or propel (something, such as a hockey puck) with a stick
: to pierce with something pointed : stab
: to kill by piercing
: to push or thrust so as or as if to pierce
: a thrust with a pointed instrument : stab
: delay, stop
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