stick in

stick in(
stihk
 
ihn
)
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to pierce)
a. clavarse en
The thorn stuck in the bottom of his heel.La espina se clavó en la parte de abajo del su talón.
2. (to prick)
a. clavar en
The farmer stuck the shovel in the ground and looked up at the sky.El granjero clavó la pala en la tierra y miró hacia el cielo.
b. hincar en
She stuck her fork in the chicken and scrutinized it to see if it was cooked properly.Hincó el tenedor en el pollo y lo examinó para ver si estaba bien cocinado.
3. (to insert)
a. meter en
You can stick the blender in that drawer in the kitchen.Puedes meter la batidora en ese cajón en la cocina.
b. insertar en
Each of us has to stick the key in the slot and turn at the same time to open the vault.Cada uno de nosotros tiene que insertar la llave en la ranura y girar a la misma vez para abrir la cámara acorazada.
4.
A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma).
(colloquial)
(to incorporate)
a. incluir en
Don't you think we should stick something in the article about the history of the monument?¿No crees que deberíamos incluir algo en el artículo sobre la historia del monumento?
5. (to adhere inside)
a. pegar en
Saul sticks a label with his name and address in every book he buys.Saul pega una etiqueta con su nombre y dirección en cada libro que compra.
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