Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de stick

(sustantivo) 
Definition
a small thin branch of a tree
people carrying bundles of dry sticks to sell for firewood
Sinónimos
twig
There was a slight sound of a twig breaking underfoot.
,
branch
the low, overhanging branches of a giant pine tree
,
birch
,
(sustantivo) 
Definition
such a piece of wood shaped for a special purpose
Crowds armed with sticks and stones took to the streets.
Sinónimos
cane
,
staff
We carried a staff that was notched at various lengths.
,
pole
The sign hung at the top of a large pole.
,
rod
reinforced with steel rods
,
stake
Drive in a stake before planting the tree.
, , ,
baton
I could see a baton being used vigorously.
,
wand
a magician's wand
,
sceptre
(sustantivo) 
Definition
verbal abuse, criticism
(slang)  It's not motorists who give you the most stick, it's the general public.
Sinónimos
,
criticism
The policy had repeatedly come under strong criticism.
,
flak (informal)
He's getting a lot of flak for that.
, ,
knocking (informal)
, ,
slagging (slang)
, ,
critical remarks
,
(sustantivo) 
(informal) 
Sinónimos
(old) fogey
,
pain (informal)
,
dinosaur
Such companies are industrial dinosaurs.
,
stick-in-the-mud (informal)
a stick-in-the-mud who prefers the old, tried and tested methods
,
fuddy-duddy (informal)
We didn't want all those old fuddy-duddies around.
,

frase

See the sticks
(verbo) 
Definition
to place (something) in a specified position
(informal)  He folded the papers and stuck them in a drawer.
Sinónimos
put
She put her bag on the floor.
,
place
Chairs were placed in rows for the parents.
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set
He took the case out of her hand and set it on the floor.
,
position
Position trailing plants near the edges of the basket.
,
drop
He dropped his coat on the floor.
,
plant
She planted her feet wide and bent her knees slightly.
, ,
lay
Lay a sheet of newspaper on the floor.
, , ,
deposit
The waiter deposited their coffees in front of them.
,
install
They had installed wi-fi in the apartment.
,
plonk
(verbo) 
Definition
to push (a pointed object) or (of a pointed object) to be pushed into another object
They stuck a needle in my back.The knife stuck in his chest.
Sinónimos
poke
Lindy poked him in the ribs.
,
dig
She dug her nails into his flesh.
,
stab
Somebody stabbed him in the stomach.
, ,
thrust
I thrust the needle into the coarse fabric.
,
pierce
Pierce the skin of the potato with a fork.
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penetrate
The needle penetrated the skin.
, ,
prod
He prodded Murray with the broom.
,
jab
A needle was jabbed into the baby's arm.
,
(verbo) 
Definition
to fasten or be fastened by or as if by an adhesive
Stick down any loose bits of flooring.
Sinónimos
fasten
Use screws to fasten the shelf to the wall.
,
fix
Fix the photo to the card using double-sided tape
,
bind
Bind the ends of the card together with thread.
, ,
bond
Strips of wood are bonded together and moulded by machine.
,
attach
Attach labels to things before you file them away.
,
hold on
,
glue
Glue the fabric around the window.
,
fuse
They all fuse into a glassy state.
,
paste
pasting labels on bottles
,
adhere
,
affix
Complete the form and affix four tokens.
(verbo) 
Definition
to fasten or be fastened by or as if by an adhesive
The soil sticks to the blade and blocks the plough.
Sinónimos
adhere
, , ,
become joined
,
become cemented
,
become welded
(verbo) 
Definition
to remain for a long time
That song has stuck in my head for years.
Sinónimos
stay
Hundreds of people defied army orders to stay at home.
,
remain
There remains deep mistrust of his government.
,
linger
The guilty feelings lingered.
,
persist
Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist.
(verbo) 
Definition
to come or be brought to a standstill
The dagger stuck tightly in the silver scabbard.
Sinónimos
,
lodge
The key was lodged in the door.
,
jam
The phone lines are jammed. Everybody wants to talk about it.
, , ,
snag
He snagged his suit.
,
be embedded
,
be bogged down
,
come to a standstill
,
become immobilized
(verbo) 
Definition
to tolerate
(slang)  How long did you stick that abuse for?
Sinónimos
tolerate
She can no longer tolerate the position that she's in.
,
take
His rudeness was becoming hard to take.
,
stand
He hates vegetables and can't stand curry.
,
stomach
I could never stomach the cruelty involved in the wounding of animals.
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endure
I simply can't endure another moment of her company.
,
hack (slang)
I can't hack all the violence
,
abide
I can't abide people who can't make up their minds.
,
bear up under

Frases verbales

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Otros sinónimos

in the sense of abide
Definition
to tolerate
I can't abide people who can't make up their minds.
Sinónimos
hack (slang),
put up with,
submit to,
thole (Scottish)
in the sense of affix
Definition
to attach or fasten
Complete the form and affix four tokens.
Sinónimos
add,
stick on,
put on,
tag,
append (formal),
subjoin
in the sense of attach
Definition
to join, fasten, or connect
Attach labels to things before you file them away.
Sinónimos
add,
tie,
fix,
adhere,
append (formal),
make fast,
subjoin,
bootstrap to

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