English version

be stuck with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe stuck with somethingbe stuck with somethingHAVE informal to have something you do not want because you cannot get rid of it We are, unfortunately, stuck with this huge, ugly building. stuck
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be stuck with somethingRosenberg was stuck with 400 shirts that cost $ 4 each.We're renting the house, so we're stuck with this ugly wallpaper.Chutra and I were stuck with each other like binary stars.He sat thinking how he was stuck with her, how there was no privacy in this house for emergency situations.I suppose I was stuck with him, like it or not.If an organism has haemoglobin, it is stuck with it.Now they are stuck with those higher prices.All four of them were stuck with us!If she was stuck with wanting a man whose background and conditioning were alien to her, then that was her problem.
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