Definition of 'sticker'
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The sticker or advertised price is an absolute price. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995) Football stickers have a way of bringing all sorts of different people together. The Sun (2014)Then she tried to put a sticker on his head. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The residents are game as they put stickers on their foreheads and look for their match. The Sun (2008)Now we have to put stickers up to remind people to do that for pregnant women. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My guess is they were either swapping football stickers or comparing notes on how to look after successful women. The Sun (2007)This is not a bumper sticker. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You can add to your collection with sticker packets for just 50p each. The Sun (2011)He removed the sticker, saying he did not mean to offend. The Sun (2014)The headline-grabbing sticker price is just a deposit. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Keep adding to your collection with sticker packets for just 50p each. The Sun (2011)Is it nature or nurture that the British like to have a price sticker? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Then it was stamps, then football stickers. The Sun (2013)At least you'll have more time to read those bumper stickers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The food arrived and one lonely sprout was delivered in its own bag with a 4p price sticker. The Sun (2013)The T-shirt he was wearing and a sticker on the back of his helmet both referred to the sport. Times, Sunday Times (2014)First, we asked people whether they had worn a badge or displayed a poster or sticker proclaiming their allegiance. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The photos of families in the park have a sticker on the back with the church's address and phone number. Christianity Today (2000)He also sells T-shirts, posters and stickers of his daring climbs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But, like the bumper sticker says, ya gotta have art. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Looking up, I saw a sticker on the back of the door. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In fact, I loved all sticker collections that covered football and cricket. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'sticker'
British English: sticker /ˈstɪkə/ NOUN
A sticker is a small piece of paper or plastic with writing or a picture on it, that you can stick onto a surface.
He stuck a sticker on the bumper of his car.
- American English: sticker
- Arabic: مُلْصَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: adesivo
- Chinese: 小贴画
- Croatian: naljepnica
- Czech: samolepka
- Danish: klistermærke
- Dutch: sticker
- European Spanish: pegatina
- Finnish: tarra
- French: autocollant
- German: Aufkleber
- Greek: αυτοκόλλητο
- Italian: adesivo
- Japanese: ステッカー
- Korean: 스티커
- Norwegian: klistremerke
- Polish: nalepka
- European Portuguese: adesivo
- Romanian: abțibild
- Russian: наклейка
- Spanish: calcomanía
- Swedish: klistermärke
- Thai: สติ๊กเกอร์
- Turkish: etiket defter vb
- Ukrainian: наклейка
- Vietnamese: nhãn dính
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