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sticker

[ stik-er ]
/ ˈstɪk ər /
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noun

adjective

of or relating to the sticker price of an automobile: Customers are experiencing sticker shock at the high price of new cars.

verb (used with object)

to place a sticker on.

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Origin of sticker

First recorded in 1575–85; stick2 + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for sticker

sticker
/ (ˈstɪkə) /

noun

an adhesive label, poster, or paper
a person or thing that sticks
a persevering or industrious person
something prickly, such as a thorn, that clings to one's clothing, etc
informal something that perplexes
informal a knife used for stabbing or piercing
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