stick with (something)

To "stick with" something means to continue to do it. This phrase is usually used to talk about continuing to work toward a dream or goal you have, like learning a talent.

You can put a noun into this phrase:

She stuck with the piano for a long time.

However, it's more common to introduce the topic and then just use "it" in the phrase:

She used to be a competitive pianist. She stuck with it for a long time.

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