stick around

"Stick around" means to stay. It is a more casual way to describe staying somewhere. You can use it when talking to people in social situations:

Hey, why don't you stick around and have dinner with us?

I'd love to stick around, but I have to go pick up the kids from soccer practice.

Or you can use it in professional situations if you want to sound casual:

Hey, would you mind sticking around for a bit after the meeting? There's something I want to run by you.

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