Definition of sticker in English:

sticker

noun

  • 1An adhesive label or notice, generally printed or illustrated.

    ‘a disabled sticker for our car’
    ‘warning stickers on the glass’
    • ‘As a general rule, the mindset of a particular individual can be determined by counting the sheer quantity of stickers located on their vehicle.’
    • ‘They are more interested in providing information on coming events and on how to print stickers.’
    • ‘The yellow sticker is a defect notice, indicating that the car fails to satisfy the roadworthy standards for the state.’
    • ‘The license terms can be printed on the sticker or the shrink wrap or be viewable through the shrink wrap as in software packaging.’
    • ‘He had yet to notice the price sticker still on his briefcase.’
    • ‘I enter the lift and am about to press the button for the 8th floor when I notice the no smoking stickers placed adjacent to some of the buttons, including the 8th.’
    • ‘Myself, I have been meaning for some time now to print up stickers that look something like this.’
    • ‘I noticed that the sticker I gave him, rather than getting stuffed in a pocket to become forgotten or disposed of, was still resting on the table next to his right hand.’
    • ‘After putting my tomatoes on the scale, I pressed the button for tomatoes, and it printed out a little sticker for my bag with weight and price on it.’
    • ‘Additionally, the expiration date is being printed directly on the card now that validation stickers are no longer being used.’
    • ‘We think we will be able to achieve this effect with the newly printed stickers too.’
    • ‘However, he suggested that the campaign stickers be printed in bright colors.’
    • ‘He issued a statement to party representatives saying that he had taken the decision to print the stickers to enable election officials to identify genuine poll cards.’
    • ‘They even printed up stickers with the list of included games and attached them to the packaging for each system.’
    • ‘In addition, the kit includes pigments and other substances needed to create real crayons, chalk, clay, paints and adhesive stickers.’
    • ‘The first thing I noticed is a yellow sticker on right part of the dashboard in the taxi I took.’
    • ‘The sticker was an official notice stating that the car had been reported as abandoned and that it would be towed away in seven days.’
    • ‘That's when I noticed the little sticker on the window explaining the purpose of the ‘Child Safety Lock’.’
    • ‘On the paper covering the back of the print was a sticker with her name in English.’
    • ‘People took away posters, leaflets and stickers advertising the demonstration.’
    information sheet, bill, handbill, poster, advertisement, announcement, bulletin, broadsheet, circular, flyer, leaflet, pamphlet, sign, placard
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  • 2informal A determined or persistent person.

    ‘she's a sticker’

Pronunciation:

sticker

/ˈstɪkə/