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phrasal verb [transitive] informal
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I/you/we/theystick with
he/she/itsticks with
present participlesticking with
past tensestuck with
past participlestuck with
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  1. 1
    stick with someone to stay close to someone and go with them wherever they go, especially so that they can help or protect you

    Stick with me and you’ll be all right.

  2. 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.

  3. 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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