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phrasal verb [transitive] informal
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present tense
I/you/we/theystick with
he/she/itsticks with
present participlesticking with
past tensestuck with
past participlestuck with

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  1. 2
    stick with something to continue to do or use something, and not change it

    They're going to stick with the same team as last Saturday.

    stick with it:

    We had a tough time for a few years, but we stuck with it.

  2. 3
    stick with someone if something sticks with you, you continue to remember it clearly

    It was a moment that has stuck with me for years.

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