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stick-onadjective [before noun]

uk   /ˈstɪk.ɒn/  us   /ˈstɪk.ɑːn/
used to refer to something that has glue on one side of it, so that it can stick to a surface: a stick-on label I got some stick-on soles for my shoes, but they keep coming off.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 背面涂有黏胶的, 可粘贴的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 背面塗有黏膠的, 可黏貼的…
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