What is the Meaning of STICK AROUND?
remain in, or near, a place or person
1. I can only stick around for about ten minutes, and then I will need to leave.
2. Stick around for a bit. I am almost finished work. We can go for a bite to eat.
2. Can you stick around for a few minutes after the meeting? I have some thoughts on that proposal that I would like to run past you.
Note: Many phrasal verbs have several definitions. All the definitions may not be shown here.
|present –||STICK AROUND|
|present participle –||STICKING AROUND|
|past –||STUCK AROUND|
|past participle –||STUCK AROUND|