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She tried to crawl through the window, but she got stuck.
Carl's car got stuck in the mud.
Are you stuck again?
I'm really stuck on this algebra problem.
I'm stuck working Saturday again.
You can sleep here if you're stuck for a place to stay.
Tom's gone, and she's stuck with a garage full of his stuff.
We should never have hired Jean, but now it looks like we're stuck with her.
Well, there's lots of work to be done, so let's get stuck in.
The door is stuck fast.
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View the pronunciation for stuck.
the belief that every problem has a solution based in technology
an occasion when a lot of people gather together, especially for a religious festival
any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat
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Definition of stuck from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.