stick to

stick to(
stihk
 
tu
)
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 persevere)
a. seguir con
Herman stuck to his plan, even after several things went wrong.Herman siguió con el plan, aun depués de que varias cosas salieran mal.
I've stuck to my resolution to walk to work for a whole month!¡He seguido con mis propósitos de caminar al trabajo durante un mes!
2. (to continue without changing)
a. aferrarse a
The witness stuck to his testimony all throughout the trial.El testigo se aferró a su testimonio durante todo el juicio.
3. (to stay with a subject)
a. limitarse a
I don't have time to listen to a long story. Just stick to the facts and give me the basics of what happened.No tengo tiempo para escuchar una historia larga; límitate a los hechos y dime básicamente lo que sucedió.
b. atenerse a
Stick to the point and don't meander.Atente al punto y no divagues.
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