- n. 坚持细节的人；顽固的人；费解的事物
- n. (Stickler)人名；(德)施蒂克勒；(英、瑞典)斯蒂克勒
- stickler (n.)
- 1530s, "moderator, umpire," agent noun from stickle "mediate" (1520s), probably a frequentative of Middle English stighten "to arrange, place," from Old English stihtan "to rule, direct, arrange, order," which is cognate with Middle Dutch stichten, German stiften "to found, establish," probably from Proto-Germanic *stihtan "to place on a step or base," from PIE root *steigh- "to stride, step, rise" (see stair). Meaning "person who contends or insists stubbornly" is first recorded 1640s.
- 1. I'm a bit of a stickler for accuracy.
- 2. a stickler for punctuality
- 3. She's a real stickler for etiquette, so you'd better ask her advice.
- 她非常讲求礼节, 所以你最好问她的意见.
- 4. You will find Mrs. Carboy a stickler about trifles.
- 5. People find her a stickler about trifles.
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