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Stick With

Stick With - to do something even if it is hard & not quit; not to give up

  • I am going to stick with learning English. English is very hard for me to learn.
  • My boss wants to me to stick with my job. She doesn't want me to quite.
  • My parents are going to stick with their car. They are not going to get a new car.
  • I am not going to go to a different school. I am going to stick with the school I am going to now.
  • Are you going to stick with university?

Settle Down

Stir Crazy

Social Distance

Spoiled Brat

Sore Loser

Same Here

Spring Chicken

Sinking Fast

Sell Like Hotcakes

Seed Money

Second To None

Start Fresh

Step By Step

Smell A Rat

Sick And Tired

Sleep Like A Rock

Sleep Like A Log

Sweet

Shoot The Breeze

Short Fuse

Step Up

Sit Tight

Scream Bloody Murder

Screwed

See Eye To Eye

See You Around

See You Later

Shake A Leg

Short On Cash

Sick As A Dog

Sink Or Swim

Slap On The Wrist

Slipped My Mind

Smart Cookie

Smoke Like A Chimney

So Far, So Good

Speak Your Mind

Spill The Beans

Spitting Image

Spread Like Wildfire

Stick To The Program

Stubborn As A Mule

Stuck Up

Stick With

Sweet Tooth

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