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    Dear all,

    How should I understand "stick around" underlined in the sentence below?

    Thanks in advance.

    Eartha

    If you’re like me, however, you have a tough time figuring out if “three for a dollar” is better than “40 cents each.” If that’s the case, stick around and peruse some basic economic terms and concepts that will give you a better grasp of what happened in the Great Depression and how things have changed since then.

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    Stay here; don't go away.

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