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Meaning of “stick out” - Learner’s Dictionary

stick out

phrasal verb with stick     /stɪk/ verb ( past tense and past participle stuck)
COME OUT
B2 If part of something sticks out, it comes out further than the edge or surface: His ears stick out a bit.Protruding and sticking out
NOTICEABLE
to be very easy to notice: She certainly sticks out in a crowd. →  See also stick/stand out like a sore thumb VisibleApparent and obvious
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