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stick·er

 (stĭk′ər)
n.
1. One that sticks, as an adhesive label or patch.
2. A tenacious, diligent, or persistent person.
3. A thorn, prickle, or barb.
4. Something puzzling or bewildering, as a riddle.

sticker

(ˈstɪkə)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) an adhesive label, poster, or paper
2. a person or thing that sticks
3. a persevering or industrious person
4. something prickly, such as a thorn, that clings to one's clothing, etc
5. informal something that perplexes
6. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) informal a knife used for stabbing or piercing

stick•er

(ˈstɪk ər)

n.
1. a person or thing that sticks.
2. an adhesive label.
3. something, as a problem or riddle, that puzzles or nonplusses one.
4. a bur, thorn, or the like.
[1575–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sticker - a small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leafsticker - a small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf
aculeus - a stiff sharp-pointed plant process
glochid, glochidium - a barbed spine or bristle (often tufted on cacti)
2.sticker - an adhesive label
label - an identifying or descriptive marker that is attached to an object
bookplate, ex libris - a label identifying the owner of a book in which it is pasted
3.sticker - a particularly difficult or baffling question or problemsticker - a particularly difficult or baffling question or problem
problem - a question raised for consideration or solution; "our homework consisted of ten problems to solve"
4.sticker - a short knife with a pointed blade used for piercing or stabbingsticker - a short knife with a pointed blade used for piercing or stabbing
dirk - a relatively long dagger with a straight blade
haft, helve - the handle of a weapon or tool
hilt - the handle of a sword or dagger
kirpan - a ceremonial four-inch curved dagger that Sikh men and women are obliged to wear at all times
knife - a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point
creese, kris, crease - a Malayan dagger with a wavy blade
bodkin, poniard - a dagger with a slender blade
stiletto - a small dagger with a tapered blade
Translations
nálepkasamolepka
klistermærke
hinnasiltkleepskleepuv
tarrahintalappu
naljepnica
límmiîi
ステッカー
스티커
nalepka
klistermärke
สติ๊กเกอร์
nhãn dính

sticker

[ˈstɪkəʳ] N
1. (= label) → etiqueta f; (with slogan) → pegatina f
2. (= person) → persona f aplicada, persona f perseverante

sticker

[ˈstɪkər] nautocollant msticker price n (US) (in car sales)prix m clés en mainssticking plaster n (British)pansement m adhésifsticking point n (in discussion, talks)point m de frictionstick insect nphasme mstick-in-the-mud [ˈstɪkɪnðəmʌd]
adjconformiste
nconformiste mf

sticker

n
(= label)Aufkleber m; (= price sticker)Klebeschildchen nt
(inf, = determined person) he’s a stickerer ist zäh

sticker

[ˈstɪkəʳ] n (label) → etichetta; (on car) → adesivo

stick1

(stik) past tense, past participle stuck (stak) verb
1. to push (something sharp or pointed) into or through something. She stuck a pin through the papers to hold them together; Stop sticking your elbow into me!
2. (of something pointed) to be pushed into or through something. Two arrows were sticking in his back.
3. to fasten or be fastened (by glue, gum etc). He licked the flap of the envelope and stuck it down; These labels don't stick very well; He stuck (the broken pieces of) the vase together again; His brothers used to call him Bonzo and the name has stuck.
4. to (cause to) become fixed and unable to move or progress. The car stuck in the mud; The cupboard door has stuck; I'll help you with your arithmetic if you're stuck.
ˈsticker noun
an adhesive label or sign bearing eg a design, political message etc, for sticking eg on a car's window etc. The car sticker read `Blood donors needed'.
ˈsticky adjective
1. able, or likely, to stick or adhere to other surfaces. He mended the torn book with sticky tape; sticky sweets.
2. (of a situation or person) difficult; awkward.
ˈstickily adverb
ˈstickiness noun
sticking-plasterplasterˈstick-in-the-mud noun
a person who never does anything new.
come to a sticky end
to have an unpleasant fate or death.
stick at
to persevere with (work etc). He must learn to stick at his job.
stick by
to support or be loyal to (a person). His friends stuck by him when he was in trouble.
stick it out
to endure a situation for as long as necessary.
stick out
1. to (cause to) project; His front teeth stick out; He stuck out his tongue.
2. to be noticeable. She has red hair that sticks out in a crowd.
stick one's neck out
to take a risk.
stick to/with
not to abandon. We've decided to stick to our previous plan; If you stick to me, I'll stick to you.
stick together
1. to (cause to) be fastened together. We'll stick the pieces together; The rice is sticking together.
2. (of friends etc) to remain loyal to each other. They've stuck together all these years.
stick up for
to speak in defence of (a person etc). When my father is angry with me, my mother always sticks up for me.

sticker

مُلْصَق samolepka klistermærke Aufkleber αυτοκόλλητο calcomanía, pegatina tarra autocollant naljepnica adesivo ステッカー 스티커 sticker klistremerke nalepka adesivo наклейка klistermärke สติ๊กเกอร์ etiket nhãn dính 小贴画

sticker

n (bot) espina
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The saddle and saddle-cloth were innocent of bur or sticker; the back was smooth and unbroken.
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The 46-year-old brainbox from Moseley has compiled an equation that helps kids, and in many cases adults, calculate how many stickers they need to complete their sets.
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To celebrate the launch of the Topps Official WWE A to Z Sticker Collection and album, every Sunday Mail reader can pick up a set of WWE stickers from WH Smith.
A MIRFIELD school has hit back at "unfounded" reports that it has banned World Cup football stickers.
where V is an alphabet, [rho] [subset or equal to] V x V is the symmetric relation in V, A is a finite subset of axioms ([W.sub.[rho]] (V)) and D is a finite set of pairs [B.sub.d], [B.sub.u] where [B.sub.d] and [B.sub.u] are finite subsets of lower and upper stickers of the forms
Make sure you pick up your Irish Daily Mirror tomorrow to get your hands on six FREE Premier League football stickers!
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"We have issued the aACAynew driver' stickers, which new drivers, once they get licences, can buy from driving schools.
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