stick something out of something

stick something out of something
ˌstick ˈout (of sth) | ˌstick sthˈout (of sth) derived
to be further out than sth else or come through a hole; to push sth further out than sth else or through a hole

His ears stick out.

She stuck her tongue out at me.

Don't stick your arm out of the car window.

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