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stick

noun /stik/
a branch or twig from a tree
ramita
They were sent to find sticks for firewood.
a long thin piece of wood etc shaped for a special purpose
bastón
She always walks with a stick nowadays a walking-stick / hockey-stick a drumstick.
a long piece
palo, vara
a stick of rhubarb.
get (hold of) the wrong end of the stick to misunderstand a situation, something said etc
coger el rábano por las hojas
She somehow got the wrong end of the stck and mistakenly thought I was criticizing her.
(Definition of stick from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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