stick up phrasal verb, verb Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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stick up

phrasal verb with stick uk   us   /stɪk/ verb (stuck, stuck)
to point up above the surface of something and not lie flat: When I get up in the morning, my hair is always sticking up. There were some large rocks sticking up out of the water.
Translations of “stick up”
in Korean 불쑥 튀어나오다…
in Arabic يَقِف…
in Portuguese sobressair-se, ficar arrepiado…
in Catalan estar de punta…
in Japanese 上に突き出る, 逆立つ…
in Italian essere ritto/rizzato/sporgente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 豎起, 向上伸出…
in Russian торчать…
in Turkish dimdik durmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 竖起, 向上伸出…
in Polish sterczeć, odstawać…
(Definition of stick up phrasal verb, verb from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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