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English definition of “stick with sth/sb”

stick with sth/sb

informal
verb uk phrasal verb with stick   /stɪk/ (stuck, stuck) us  
B2 to continue doing something or using someone to do work for you, and not stop or change to something or someone else: He said that he was going to stick with the traditions established by his grandfather. He's a good car mechanic - I think we should stick with him.
(Definition of stick with sth/sb from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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