Definition of stick-in in English:

stick-in

adjective

  • Of an object: that is inserted into something. Also: (of an album, scrapbook, etc.) having pages on which items may be attached with adhesive.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Charles Holtzapffel (1806–1847), mechanical engineer and technical writer. From stick + in.

Pronunciation

stick-in

/ˈstɪkɪn/