Definitions for stuck
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word stuck.
caught or fixed
"stuck in the mud"
"this problem has me completely stuck"
Trapped and unable to move.
Unable to progress.
I'm stuck on this question in the test.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Stuke or Stucknoun
A composition of lime and marble, powdered very fine, commonly called plaister of Paris, with which figures and other ornaments resembling sculpture are made. Nathan Bailey
Etymology: stuc, French; stucco, Italian.
Stuckthe preterite and participle passive of stick.
I had a pass with rapier, scabbard and all, and he gives me the stuck in with such a mortal motion, that it is inevitable. William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night.
What more infamous brands have records stuck upon any, than those who used the best parts for the worst ends? Decay of Piety.
The partners of their crime will learn obedience,
When they look up and see their fellow-traitors
Stuck on a fork. Addison.
When the polypus from forth his cave,
Torn with full force, reluctant beats the wave,
His ragged claws are stuck with stones and sands. Alexander Pope.
Stuck o’er with titles, and hung round with strings,
That thou may’st be by kings, or whores of kings. Alexander Pope.
imp. & p. p. of Stick
Etymology: [Cf. 1st Stoccado.]
"Stuck" is a song by Stacie Orrico, released in 2003. It can be found on her self-titled second album. It was used in the Disney Channel Original Movie's Stuck in the Suburbs. It was the official theme song of the 2004 Copa América tournament. "Stuck" was the first taste of chart success in the mainstream that Orrico received and worldwide. The single peaked at #52 in the U.S. while in the likes of Australia, the single peaked in the top 5 and in the UK the single bucked chart trends at the time by climbing inside the top 10 in its second week, peaking at #9. It was a big hit in Japan, peaking #1 at some radio stations' airplay charts. The music video was directed by Diane Martel. The video shows her on and off relationship with her boyfriend during high school. The boyfriend was played by her cousin, actor Trevor Wright.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
stuk, pa.t. and pa.p. of stick.—adj. Stuck′-up, affectedly vain, self-important.
stuk, n. (Shak.) a thrust. [Stoccado.]
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Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'stuck' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4716
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'stuck' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1610
Rank popularity for the word 'stuck' in Adjectives Frequency: #873
The numerical value of stuck in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of stuck in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Both our marinas float, so our maintenance guys are busy keeping up with the lowering waters, we have to move the anchors out so that we can move the marinas out so we’re not stuck in the mud.
I was stuck in traffic for four hours on the way up and three and a half hours on the way down.
In 1961, Illinois became the first state to decriminalize homosexuality.You get the idea. America was great for white males in the 1950s -- and not great for pretty much everyone. President Trump either can't -- or won't -- see that element of the time period that President Trump clearly longs for, and which President Trump is, mentally speaking, still stuck in. During that time, women were largely staying at home, cooking meals for their husbands and taking care of their kids. Not, say, asking tough questions at Paula Reid responded to Trump's comments in a tweet Tuesday :.
Most people just sit at home ... we're stuck here and stuck in the camp, there's very little water, and little fuel. We chiefly rely on aid from UNRWA. It's not much but it's our best hope - every 20 days we get a parcel which is just about enough for a family.
Anyone who tries to leave will get shot by snipers, we are stuck on an island here. I want to demand the world helps us in a humanitarian way. What is happening in Eastern Ghouta is a genocide.
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- encallatCatalan, Valencian
- eingeklemmt, stecken, festgesetzt, festgefahren, festgeklemmtGerman
- pegado, atrapado, atascadoSpanish
- intrappolato, ostruito, inceppato, bloccatoItalian
- sittende fastNorwegian
- پھنس گیاUrdu
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