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1. If you stick at something, you give it up because it is too difficult.


2. If you're as fit as a fiddle, your health in OK, but not excellent.


3. If you stop back somewhere, you return there.


4. If you stick by someone, you support them when things are hard.


5. If you're going to the shops, don't forget ________ buy some milk.



6. If you stick it to someone, you stay close to them.


7. If you stick with a plan, you don't change it.


8. If you stick around, you stay in a place.


9. Imitable


10. If you stick up for someone, you rob them.


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  • Prepositions
    Basic English Usage
    All ready and all right (two words) mean that everything is ready or everything is correct / OK:
    - The students are all ready for the test.
    - Your answers are all right. or All your answers are right.

    Already means that something happened earlier than expected:
    - He's only 14 and he's already graduated from high school - he's a genius!
    - The repairs on my car are finished already? Wow, that was fast.
    - You don't have to wash the dishes - I've already done it.



    All right can also mean OK/uninjured, acceptable, or average.
    - Are you all right?
    - If it's all right with you, we'll reschedule the meeting. or If it's acceptable to you
    - The food at that restaurant is all right. or Average; not especially great, but not bad either

    Alright is a variant of "all right" that is not considered correct, even though many people use it informally.
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