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English term or phrase:stick in
Spanish translation:Ver abajo
Entered by: Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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08:52 Mar 30, 2001
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: stick in
Probablemente tenga alguna relación con el juego o las apuestas
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Local time: 12:31
Ver abajo
Explanation:
-Message Stick sites--. ...
www.abc.net.au/message/ - 14k - Cached - Similar pages
Astronomy with a Stick (AWS) Home Page
... ENC's Digital Dozen: November 1997. Astronomy with a Stick Daytime
Astronomy for Elementary and Middle School Students ...
Description: Daytime astronomy for elementary and middle school students.
Category: Kids and Teens > School Time > Science > Astronomy and Space
www.nsta.org/programs/sst/aws/aws.htm - 7k - Cached - Similar pages
THE STICK HORSE RACING DOT COM- #1 For You
The Stick ... Programs. *The Stick Date is: ... HOW ...
Description: Very slow, huge, page about gambling on horses.
Category: Games > Gambling > ... > Horse Racing > Tipping Services and Handicapping Software
www.thestickhorseracing.com/ - 10k - Cached - Similar pages
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ENCARTA WORLD ENGLISH DICTIONARY:
stick 1 [stik ] noun (plural sticks)

1. TREES thin branch: a thin branch or shoot cut or broken from a tree
2. wood used for fuel or construction: wood pieces used as fuel for a fire or as construction material
3. specially shaped wood: a shaped piece of wood used for a specified purpose a hockey stick
4. rod: a rod, wand, or baton
5. cane: a cane, club, or cudgel
6. short thin thing: a short slender part or piece a stick of celery
7. something used to secure compliance: something used to intimidate or coerce somebody into compliant behavior carrot and stick
8. NAUTICAL ship's mast: a mast or spar on a ship
9. ARMS bombs falling on target at intervals: a group of bombs that are arranged to fall on a target at regular intervals
10. AIR parachutists jumping together: a group of parachutists all jumping at the same time
11. U.K. criticism: strong adverse criticism (informal)
12. FURNITURE furniture: a piece of furniture (informal) We need a few sticks to furnish the apartment
13. boring person: somebody who is dull or very formal and conventional in manner (informal)
14. Australia SPORTS surfboard: a surfboard (slang)
15. DRUGS cannabis cigarette: a marijuana cigarette (dated slang)
plural noun sticks
remote place: a rural or remote place or district, especially one that is unsophisticated or unfashionable (informal) living out in the sticks
transitive verb (past sticked, past participle sticked, present participle stick·ing, 3rd person present singular sticks)

1. GARDENING support plant with stick: to support a plant with a stake or stick
2. PRINTING use composing stick: to set type using a composing stick (dated)

[Old English sticca "peg." Ultimately from an Indo-European base meaning "to stick, stab," which is also the ancestor of English stitch, stick2, steak, stigma, and instigate.]

Encarta® World English Dictionary [North American Edition] © & (P) 2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Developed for Microsoft by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc.




Espero te ayude, :)

BD


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Local time: 04:31
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naVer abajo
Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
naVer abajo
Rodrigo Ortiz-Monasterio Q.
naver explicaciónxxxtrans4u


  

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8 mins
ver explicación


Explanation:
"stick in" más bien quiere decir: meter, introducir.

Hope this helps.

Bye

xxxtrans4u
PRO pts in pair: 387
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9 mins
Ver abajo


Explanation:
Es difícil darte la traducción más adecuada sin contar con un contexto más amplio.

Sin embargo, "stick in" podría traducirse como: mantenerse dentro, no abandonar.

Espero te sirva. Suerte!

Rodrigo Ortiz-Monasterio Q.
Mexico
Local time: 05:31
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 180
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2 hrs
Ver abajo


Explanation:
-Message Stick sites--. ...
www.abc.net.au/message/ - 14k - Cached - Similar pages
Astronomy with a Stick (AWS) Home Page
... ENC's Digital Dozen: November 1997. Astronomy with a Stick Daytime
Astronomy for Elementary and Middle School Students ...
Description: Daytime astronomy for elementary and middle school students.
Category: Kids and Teens > School Time > Science > Astronomy and Space
www.nsta.org/programs/sst/aws/aws.htm - 7k - Cached - Similar pages
THE STICK HORSE RACING DOT COM- #1 For You
The Stick ... Programs. *The Stick Date is: ... HOW ...
Description: Very slow, huge, page about gambling on horses.
Category: Games > Gambling > ... > Horse Racing > Tipping Services and Handicapping Software
www.thestickhorseracing.com/ - 10k - Cached - Similar pages
**************************************************************
ENCARTA WORLD ENGLISH DICTIONARY:
stick 1 [stik ] noun (plural sticks)

1. TREES thin branch: a thin branch or shoot cut or broken from a tree
2. wood used for fuel or construction: wood pieces used as fuel for a fire or as construction material
3. specially shaped wood: a shaped piece of wood used for a specified purpose a hockey stick
4. rod: a rod, wand, or baton
5. cane: a cane, club, or cudgel
6. short thin thing: a short slender part or piece a stick of celery
7. something used to secure compliance: something used to intimidate or coerce somebody into compliant behavior carrot and stick
8. NAUTICAL ship's mast: a mast or spar on a ship
9. ARMS bombs falling on target at intervals: a group of bombs that are arranged to fall on a target at regular intervals
10. AIR parachutists jumping together: a group of parachutists all jumping at the same time
11. U.K. criticism: strong adverse criticism (informal)
12. FURNITURE furniture: a piece of furniture (informal) We need a few sticks to furnish the apartment
13. boring person: somebody who is dull or very formal and conventional in manner (informal)
14. Australia SPORTS surfboard: a surfboard (slang)
15. DRUGS cannabis cigarette: a marijuana cigarette (dated slang)
plural noun sticks
remote place: a rural or remote place or district, especially one that is unsophisticated or unfashionable (informal) living out in the sticks
transitive verb (past sticked, past participle sticked, present participle stick·ing, 3rd person present singular sticks)

1. GARDENING support plant with stick: to support a plant with a stake or stick
2. PRINTING use composing stick: to set type using a composing stick (dated)

[Old English sticca "peg." Ultimately from an Indo-European base meaning "to stick, stab," which is also the ancestor of English stitch, stick2, steak, stigma, and instigate.]

Encarta® World English Dictionary [North American Edition] © & (P) 2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Developed for Microsoft by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc.




Espero te ayude, :)

BD




Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
United States
Local time: 04:31
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 743
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