Definition of shtook in English:

shtook

Line breaks: shtook
Pronunciation: /ʃtʊk
 
/
(also schtuck)

noun

[mass noun] informal
Trouble: I’m in shtook with my boss
More example sentences
  • If you don't know the history of Dien Ben Phu, you are, as my mother would say, in schtuck.
  • Well, yes - it seems David Nelson is the main recipient of flak, but as you point out - anyone with certain letter combinations could be in schtuck.
  • A little schtick may go a long way, but if all you are is schtick, then you're pretty much schtuck.

Origin

1930s: of unknown origin.

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