Definition of 'stick out'
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She took the stripped stick out of his hands and tossed it away, then caught his arm and pulled him to his feet. SACRAMENT (2001)It does stick out rather awkwardly from the side of the house, I know. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1)He had only to stick out his thumb and a car squealed to a halt. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
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Translations for 'stick out'
British English: stick out /stɪk aʊt/ VERB
If something sticks out, or if you stick it out, it extends beyond something else.
A newspaper was sticking out of his back pocket.
- American English: stick out
- Arabic: يُبْرِزُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: estar saliente
- Chinese: 伸出来
- Croatian: stršati
- Czech: vyčuhovat
- Danish: stikke frem
- Dutch: uitsteken
- European Spanish: resaltar
- Finnish: työntyä esiin
- French: ressortir
- German: herausstrecken
- Greek: εξέχω
- Italian: sporgere
- Japanese: 突き出す
- Korean: 두드러지다
- Norwegian: stikke seg ut
- Polish: wysunąć
- European Portuguese: sobressair
- Romanian: a ieși în afară
- Russian: торчать
- Spanish: sobresalir
- Swedish: sticka ut
- Thai: ยื่นออกมา
- Turkish: çıkarmak
- Ukrainian: висовувати(ся)
- Vietnamese: thò ra
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