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歯につきにくい

OoTmaster

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I recently got a pack of gum in a treat box from Japan. One of the phrases on the front was "歯につきにくいガム" which I understood to mean something like "gum that's difficult to pierce with your tooth/teeth" so hard gum as opposed to soft gum. I've seen the "につきにくい" in other places though where that meaning doesn't seem to fit. Am I not understanding this phrase correctly?
 

Mike Cash

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"stick to", not "pierce". You're looking at the wrong つく
 
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