Definition of stick with in English:

stick with

informal
1Persevere or continue with: I’m happy to stick with the present team
More example sentences
  • Despite the clay surface, he continues to stick with his serve-and-volley game.
  • Many are happy to stick with routine tasks others might find dull.
  • More adventurous investors may be happy to stick with their tech funds given the improved outlook for the sector.
2 another way of saying stick by above.
More example sentences
  • But the parish council's highways committee stuck with its decision to name it St Nicholas Close.
  • ‘Those who have stuck with me will be the ones who will benefit in the future,’ he says.
  • In any event, we're grateful to be back in business, and grateful that you stuck with us.
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