Stick around – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

When you stick around, you stay where you are for a period of time; usually because you are waiting for something or someone.

Informal English.

Examples of use:

1. I’ll stick around until you get here.

2. If you stick around until Martine comes home, we can have dinner together.

3. Can you stick around after the meeting? I’d like to talk to you about our new project.

4. I’m sorry I’m late. Thank you for sticking around.

5. You go to the party. We’ll stick around and wait for Simone.

stick around
present simple
stick around and sticks around
-ing form
sticking around
past simple
stuck around
past participle
stuck around

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