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What is the meaning of stick in Hindi?

Meaning of stick in Hindi is : स्टीक

Definition of word stick

  • The traction of tires on the road surface. (noun)
  • The amount of fishing line resting on the water surface before a cast; line stick. (noun)
  • To glue; to attach; to adhere. (verb)
  • To jam; to stop moving. (verb)
  • To tolerate, to endure, to stick with. (verb)
  • To persist. (verb)
  • Of snow, to remain frozen on landing. (verb)
  • To remain loyal; to remain firm. (verb)
  • To place, set down (quickly or carelessly). (verb)
  • To press into with a sharp point. (verb)
  • To perform (a landing) perfectly. (verb)
  • To propagate plants by cuttings. (verb)
  • To hesitate, to be reluctant; to refuse. (verb)
  • Likely to stick; sticking, sticky. (adjective)
  • A small, thin branch from a tree or bush; a twig; a branch. syn. transl. (noun)
  • A relatively long, thin piece of wood, of any size. transl. (noun)
  • A board, especially a two by four. (noun)
  • A wand; a baton; a cudgel; a cane or walking stick. (noun)
  • The vertical member of a cope-and-stick joint. (noun)
  • Any roughly cylindrical (or rectangular) unit of a substance. transl. (noun)
  • A piece (of furniture, especially if wooden). usage syn. (noun)
  • A bunch of something wrapped around or attached to a stick. (noun)
  • A scroll that is rolled around (mounted on, attached to) a stick. (noun)
  • A manual transmission, a vehicle equipped with a manual transmission, so called because of the stick-like, i.e. twig-like, control (the gear shift) with which the driver of such a vehicle controls its transmission. syn. transl. (noun)
  • The control column of an aircraft. transl. (By convention, a wheel-like control mechanism with a handgrip on opposite sides, similar to the steering wheel ofan automobiles, is also called the "stick".) (noun)
  • Use of the stick to control the aircraft. (noun)
  • A memory stick. (noun)
  • A stick-like item: two hockey sticks, for the goalie at right (noun)
  • A composing stick, the tool used by compositors to assemble lines of type. (noun)
  • The clarinet. (more often called the liquorice stick) syn. (noun)
  • A person. (Perhaps because people are, broadly speaking, tall and thin, like pieces of wood.) (noun)
  • An assistant planted in the audience. syn. (noun)
  • A fighter pilot. (noun)
  • A group (of soldiers); specifically: (noun)
  • Of bombs, a load dropped in quick succession from an aircraft. syn. (noun)
  • A negative stimulus or a punishment. (This sense derives from the metaphor of using a stick, a long piece of wood, to poke or beat a beast of burden to compel it to move forward. Compare carrot.) (noun)
  • Corporal punishment; beatings. (noun)
  • Vigor; spirit; effort, energy, intensity. (noun)
  • Vigorous driving of a car; gas. (noun)
  • Ability; specifically: (noun)
  • An English Imperial unit of length equal to 2 inches. (noun)
  • A quantity of eels, usually 25. syn. (noun)
  • To cut a piece of wood to be the stick member of a cope-and-stick joint. (verb)
  • Criticism or ridicule. (noun)

Examples of word stick

  • The vote in the legislature is veto-proof, so any request for Jindal to veto the bill *must stress that the governor can make this veto stick if he wants it to stick*.
  • Compare also _He made the stick bend_ -- equaling _He made-bend _ (= bent) _the stick_ -- with _He made the stick straight_ -- equaling _He made-straight _ (= straightened) _the stick_.
  • An "ideal" BMI sufferer putting on a few pounds of muscle by doing some judicious exercise might well stave off death for a bit longer; simply gorging on cakes probably won't help. recent calls for a BMI tax are now further exposed as foolishness, and the "fat people" that he rashly proposes to attack with a stick (any time, Coren - better make it a big stick*) have the consolation of knowing that they'll probably outlive him.
  • The witch took the stick, waved it at the girl and said: "then this is your fortune; _through the woods and through the woods and out with a crooked stick_.
  • But Leaders Without a Title stick to their knitting.
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