Definition of sticking point in English:

sticking point

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noun

An obstacle to progress towards an agreement or goal: safety issues have been a sticking point in the negotiations
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  • The prisoners have become a major sticking point to progress on the US-backed road map peace plan.
  • It affords a temporary sticking point in the forward progress of evolution…
  • Start the advanced routine only when you hit a sticking point in your general progress.

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verb
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