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The meaning of "Stuck" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does stuck in mean?
A: Stuck = “Unable to move”, “填まり込む”
Q: What does stuck up mean?
A: Sometimes people think she is stuck up but I think she’s really shy.

His wife is so stuck up, she thinks she’s so beautiful.

He is so conceited and stuck up.

Just because you’re the best lacrosse player, you don’t have to be stuck up about it!

Another version of stuck up could be:
I was climbing up a ladder and got stuck up in the chimney.
Q: What does stuck mean?
A: It means when someone or something can't get out of a situation or place.

Like "My car is stuck in the shop."

"I'm stuck on this question. It's very difficult."

Also it can also mean that something is on your skin or clothing.

Like, "This ketchup stain is stuck on my jeans. It will never come out now."


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Q: What does stuck in mean?
A: I'm stuck in traffic.
渋滞にはまっている。

My car was stuck in the snow.
車が雪にはまってしまった。


stickの過去形ですが、stickは突き刺して固定する、はりつける、という意味があります。


stuck in は身動きが取れない状態です。
Q: What does stuck in mean?
A: "stuck in" means you want to get out but you can't.

"I am stuck in traffic"

"I am stuck in mud"

"It snowed a lot and I am stuck in my house."

Example sentences using "Stuck"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 'stuck up'.
A: Alice is so stuck-up. She thinks she's more important than everyone else.'
Q: Please show me example sentences with stuck up.
A: "She had a stuck up attitude."
Q: Please show me example sentences with stuck in.
A: "I was trying to play mario world, but I got stuck in the middle of the game"
I'll do a math test tomorrow, but I'm still stuck in those integrals"
"I went to the beach by car, and my car got stuck in the sand"
Q: Please show me example sentences with stuck .
A: I'm stuck in a tree
Q: Please show me example sentences with stuck.
A: Stuck would mean being trapped somewhere. For example:
1-I am stuck in the elevator.
2-I am stuck at home because I don't have money to take the bus.

Synonyms of "Stuck" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between stuck and trapped ?
A: Stuck could be more of an internal conflict like you can’t move forward because of something you can’t let go of or it could be an exterior obstacle that keeps you in place. Ex. “I feel stuck, I’m not going anywhere in life.”
Trapped is like when you can’t get out of somewhere because of an outside force or obstacle. Ex. An animal being trapped in a hole.
Depends what you are trying to say.
Hope this helped a little I’m not that good at explaining.
Q: What is the difference between big-headed and stuck up ?
A: Big headed is usually used to describe someone who is overly confident.

Stuck up is similar, but is used to describe someone who feels superior to others.
Q: What is the difference between stuck up and haughty ?
A: Haughty means arrogant and is rarely used (since it sounds kind of like hottie). Stuck up is more conceited or snobbish
Q: What is the difference between stuck and struck ?
A: stuck = can't move
struck = hit

Translations of "Stuck"

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