Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

stick together

stick together
1) remain united, support one another
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    • it is important that we stick together
  • Analysis

    To 'stick together' means to remain associated with someone in order to support each other or be together usually to overcome a difficult time or moment. This is an informal expression often used in social conversations.

  • Social Examples (Advance)
    1. As a team, it is important that we stick together during this bad run of results. We will need to fight tooth and nail to turn things around.
    2. I'm grateful to my parents for sticking together when the going got tough. It ended up making the family more united than ever.
    3. When we went to the game, my brother and I stuck together so that we wouldn't lose each other in the large crowd.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. If our employees stick together on this issue we will have to look at changing some of our procedures.
    2. Companies that stick together and support each other through difficult economic circumstances tend to be more successful in the long run.
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