stick down


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Related to stick down: get up to

stick down

vb
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr, adverb) informal to write: stick your name down here.
Translations

w>stick down

vt sep
(= glue)ankleben; envelopezukleben
(inf: = put down) → abstellen; (= write down)aufschreiben
References in classic literature ?
Tap, tap,/ went old Gagool's stick down the passage, as she trotted along, chuckling hideously; and still overcome by some unaccountable presentiment of evil, I hung back.
Here, you John, you stick down the address of your bank manager.
I gave my horse a couple of smacks after the last, but he got a bit unbalanced and wasn't responding so I put my stick down.
Stick down securely with either glue or sticky tape.
The Aussies are taking so much stick Down Under there is talk of coaxing Shane Warne out of retirement to play some part in the Ashes.
As he fell, Tom struck the legal eagle's nose, then brought the stick down heavily on his head.
She said the boy then slammed a glue stick down on the desk accidentally catching her hand.
The nine-year-old tried to ram a stick down his own throat after he was told to "go away and kill himself" by one of his tormentors.
TO stick down curling corners of wallpaper, paint the back with egg whites.
You've gone to your heavenly home far away I know I can never again hold your hand So I'll pick up a stick down at the beach And write out your name in the sand
It's not really something we should be wasting too much time on considering you could chuck a stick down any smalltown high street and hit at least a dozen.
And complaints were made that envelopes delivered to voters in Gwynedd and Denbighshire would not stick down, raising fears that ballot papers could be lost or be tampered with.