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sticky 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈstikē/,
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stickier, comparative; stickiest, superlative;
  1. Tending or designed to stick to things on contact or covered with something that sticks
    • - her sticky bubblegum
    • - sticky tape
  2. (of a substance) Glutinous; viscous
    • - the dough should be moist but not sticky
  3. (of prices, interest rates, or wages) Slow to change or react to change

  4. (of the weather) Hot and damp; muggy
    • - it was an unusually hot and sticky summer
  5. Damp with sweat
    • - she felt hot and sticky and changed her clothes
  6. Involving problems; difficult or awkward
    • - the relationship is going through a sticky patch

  1. gluey: having the sticky properties of an adhesive
  2. moist as with undried perspiration and with clothing sticking to the body; "felt sticky and chilly at the same time"
  3. muggy: hot or warm and humid; "muggy weather"; "the steamy tropics"; "sticky weather"
  4. awkward: hard to deal with; especially causing pain or embarrassment; "awkward (or embarrassing or difficult) moments in the discussion"; "an awkward pause followed his remark"; "a sticky question"; "in the unenviable position of resorting to an act he had planned to save for the climax of the ...
  5. covered with an adhesive material
  6. (stickily) in a sticky viscid manner; "he felt the blood move stickily from his split scalp and trickle down his forehead"
  7. Sticky is a book of gay erotic comics written by Dale Lazarov and drawn by Steve MacIsaac. It was originally serialized in three issues by Eros Comics / Fantagraphics. ...
  8. Sticky, in the social sciences and particularly economics, describes a situation in which a variable is resistant to change. For example, nominal wages are often said to be sticky in the short run. ...
  9. A sticky note, such as a post-it note; A small adhesive particle found in wastepaper; to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view; Able or likely to stick; Potentially difficult to escape from; Persistent; Appearing on all virtual desktops; Fixed at ...
  10. (Stickys) A Topic or thread that has a red exclamation point (!) next to the topic's name to note it is important. Stickys stay at the top of the forum list of discussions. Stickys contain important information which each member should read. Keep your eye out for new Stickys.
  11. (Stickiness) Mitigation of bounce rate. Website changes that entice users to stay on the site longer, and view more pages improve the sites “stickiness”.
  12. (Stickiness) How often people return to a Web site. Constant updates, news feeds, and exclusive content are all ways to make a site stickier.
  13. (Stickiness) This refers to the website's ability to obtain and retain visitors.
  14. (Stickiness) Measure used to gauge the effectiveness of a site in retaining its users. Usually measured by the duration of the visit.
  15. (Stickiness) Amount of time the average visitor to a website spends on that website.
  16. (Stickiness) the amount of time spent at a site over a given time period.
  17. (Stickiness) A measure of how interesting or attention capturing your website content is. Page views per visit can be an effective measure of the stickiness of your website content.
  18. (Stickiness (or pages viewed per site visit)) a measurement of the number of pages viewed each time a person visits a web site.
  19. (STICKINESS) Refers to a site's ability to engage a visitor by providing interesting, useful and informative content. Stickiness is often measured in terms of the average number of hours that a user spends on a site in a given month. Know as tracking individual users. ...
  20. (Stickiness) A term used to describe the level of interest in a webpage by visitors.
  21. (Stickiness) A web site's ability to keep visitors at the site and keep them returning.  If the site has useful information or useful tools, visitors will keep exploring the site and coming back. ...
  22. (Stickiness) Adjective used to describe whether a website has the characteristics which encourage visitors to continue looking at pages on the site rather than leaving to look at another site.
  23. (Stickiness) Characteristic of a web portal. The degree to which users “stick around”. Companies endeavour to make their websites sticky.
  24. (Stickiness) I'm not going to touch this one -- it does not challenge my capacity for acerbic wit at all! So I will just tell you: stickiness is a measurement of how effective a Web site is in keeping users on the site.
  25. (Stickiness) a website's ability to attract visitors back to the site more frequently. Personal home pages, customizable interfaces and web-based e-mail services are examples of sticky services.