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stick something out

(past tense and past participle stuck)
phrasal verb with stick  us   /stɪk/ verb (past tense and past participle stuck  /stʌk/ )
to ​continue to do something to ​its end: I didn’t really like the ​movie, but I stuck it out.
(Definition of stick something out from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stick something out”
in Arabic يَبْرُز, يَنْتأ…
in Korean (혀 등을) 내밀다…
in Portuguese esticar algo, mostrar algo…
in Catalan treure, estendre ac…
in Japanese ~を突き出す…
in Italian sporgere qualcosa, cacciare fuori qualcosa…
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