noun Slang.
Also, schtik. Unabridged
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schtick (ʃtɪk)
a variant form of shtick

shtick or schtick (ʃtɪk)
slang a comedian's routine; act; piece
[C20: from Yiddish shtik piece, from Middle High German stücke]
schtick or schtick
[C20: from Yiddish shtik piece, from Middle High German stücke]

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Slang Dictionary

schtick definition

and shtik
  1. n.
    a routine or act that is the trademark of an entertainer, especially in vaudeville. (Yiddish.) : His schtick was a trained dog and cat act.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
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Example sentences
There is a naivete in the play's earnest artistic idealism and its moments of rudimentary comic schtick.
Your schtick on uranium mining is true of any form of mining.
Emma blows her stack again, which makes me fear it will become a stack schtick, stat.
But it's also part of his whole persona, his schtick.
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