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    sticking with it...

    Is "sticking with" different from "stick to"? There seems to be little difference according to a dictionary definition.

    4)if your favorite vegetable goes on sale every two weeks, you can plan accordingly. ...It takes planning a menu ahead of time...and sticking with it...

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    Re: sticking with it...

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Is "sticking with" different from "stick to"? There seems to be little difference according to a dictionary definition.

    4)if your favorite vegetable goes on sale every two weeks, you can plan accordingly. ...It takes planning a menu ahead of time...and sticking with it...
    It has the same meaning.

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