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    #1

    serve it up / stick it

    1. what does 'serve it up' mean? (in a game situation)

    2. what does 'stick it' mean in the following sentence?

    I told Peter he could stick it.


    thanks!

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    Re: serve it up / stick it

    SERVE IT UP
    To pitch (a ball).
    In baseball: To pitch (a ball) over the middle of home plate, where it is likely to be hit hard.
    STICK IT
    This word has a lot of meanings. But in sports it means 'to pitch' too.
    There is a term 'a hockey stick'.

    I think so.

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    Re: serve it up / stick it

    Quote Originally Posted by newbee View Post
    1. what does 'serve it up' mean? (in a game situation)

    2. what does 'stick it' mean in the following sentence?

    I told Peter he could stick it.


    thanks!
    I am not a teacher.

    "Stick it" is short for "stick it up his ass." (American English) To insert it in his rectum. It is not meant literally, of course---it expresses contempt and rejection.

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