a person or thing that sticks.
an adhesive label.
Informal. sticker price.
something, as a problem or riddle, that puzzles or nonpluses one.
Slang. a knife, especially one used as a weapon by a criminal.
a worker who kills animals in a slaughterhouse by piercing the jugular vein with a pointed instrument.
a bur, thorn, or the like.
of or relating to the sticker price of an automobile:
Customers are experiencing sticker shock at the high price of new cars.
verb (used with object)
to place a sticker on.
an adhesive label, poster, or paper
a person or thing that sticks
a persevering or industrious person
something prickly, such as a thorn, that clings to one’s clothing, etc
(informal) something that perplexes
(informal) a knife used for stabbing or piercing
noun 1. the dealer’s full asking price of a new automobile as shown on a sticker attached to it and accompanied by an itemized list of the cost of its basic and optional equipment and other charges. 2. the retailer’s full asking price of various other manufactured consumer items; list price.
noun 1. unpleasant surprise on learning of an unexpectedly high price for an item. noun surprise at the retail price of an item, esp. an automobile stick around
- Stick float
noun 1. (angling) a float attached at the top and bottom to the line
noun, plural stickfuls. Printing. 1. as much set type as a composing stick will hold, usually about two column inches.