Definition of stick one or it on in English:

stick one (or it) on

British informal Hit (someone).
More example sentences
  • He was first recorded as stating that he had ‘stuck one on’ Mr Dixon, but later claimed he had just pushed him.
  • We were much amused by shots of a great huge fat man trying to stick one on the president.
  • I think there's every chance he could go back to the Manchester United training ground and stick one on his old team mate.
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