stick-on

[stik-on, -awn]
noun
a label, sticker, or the like, that has an adhesive backing.

Origin:
noun use of the verb phrase stick on

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stick-on (ˈstɪkɒn)
 
n
informal an event with a certain outcome

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Example sentences
For smaller units, there are some stick-on rubber pads in the box.
The design on the sides is accomplished with stick-on decals.
The patch is a thin, stick-on square that is placed on your body to prevent the release of an egg.
Trim with color coded plastic inserts or color coded stick-on labels.
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