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Meaning of “stick” - Learner’s Dictionary

stick

noun [C]     /stɪk/
WOOD
B1 a long, thin piece of wood, usually broken or fallen from a treePoles, rods, shafts and sticks
walking/hockey, etc stick
B1 a long, thin piece of wood that you use when you are walking/playing hockey, etcPoles, rods, shafts and sticksHockeyGeneral terms used in ball sports
PIECE
a long, thin piece of something: a stick of candy/celery →  See also carrot and stick , get (hold of) the wrong end of the stick Poles, rods, shafts and sticks
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