stuck2 [not before noun]
impossible or unable to move from a particular position:
Sara tried to open the window but it was stuck.
They got stuck in a traffic jam.
The boat was stuck in the mud.
I've got something stuck in my throat.
unable to escape from a bad or boring situation
Mum resented being stuck at home with two young kids.
We could be stuck in this place for days.
unable to do any more of something that you are working on because it is too difficult:
Can you help me with my homework, Dad? I'm stuck.
to have something you do not want because you cannot get rid of it:
We are, unfortunately, stuck with this huge, ugly building.
to have to spend time with someone or have a relationship with them even though you do not want to:
They are stuck with each other with no end in sight.
to be unable to think what to say or do:
For once Anthony was stuck for words (=did not know what to say).
7 British English spoken
to start doing something eagerly and with a lot of energy:
Take your jacket off and get stuck in!
to be attracted to someone:
He says he's stuck on me.