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stuck

[ stuhk ]
/ stʌk /
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verb
simple past tense and past participle of stick2.
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Idioms about stuck

    stuck on, Informal. infatuated with: He met her only once and is already stuck on her.

OTHER WORDS FROM stuck

self-stuck, adjective
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How to use stuck in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for stuck

stuck
/ (stʌk) /

verb
the past tense and past participle of stick 2
adjective
informal baffled or nonplussed
(foll by on) slang keen (on) or infatuated (with)
get stuck in or get stuck into informal
  1. to perform (a task) with determination
  2. to attack (a person) verbally or physically
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