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Meaning of “stick up” - Learner’s Dictionary

stick up

phrasal verb with stick     /stɪk/ verb ( past tense and past participle stuck)
to point up above a surface and not lie flat: I can't go out with my hair sticking up like this.Protruding and sticking out
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…
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