Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

stick with (me/it)

stick with mestick with it
1) remain committed to or supportive of someone/something
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    • stick with something even when it's difficult
  • Analysis

     To 'stick with' something means to keep going with dedication and grit even though something may be difficult or unpleasant. When you stick with someone or something you remain with that person or continue to be engaged in a particular activity. This is an informal phrase used in social and professional contexts.

  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. These players won 3-0 last week, so it's no surprise to see the manager sticking with the same team for today's game.
    2. I stuck with my language lessons even though they weren't easy and I'm glad I did because now I'm fluent.
  • Professional Examples (Advance)
    1. A lot of people want to remove Catherine as the head of the project team and replace her with someone who has more experience, but I strongly believe that we should stick with her because she is the best leader.
    2. My first week working at the restaurant was very difficult. I told one of the other waiters that I was thinking of quitting, but he said that I should stick with it because things will get easier.
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