stick-on

[stik-on, -awn]

Origin of stick-on

noun use of the verb phrase stick on
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Contemporary Examples of stick-on

  • She had carefully placed a stick-on rhinestone tattoo of a heart on her right arm.

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British Dictionary definitions for stick-on

stick-on

noun
  1. informal an event with a certain outcome
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