Stuck first of borrowed money in Oslo (4)
I believe the answer is:
Here is my best explanation:
'stuck' is the definition.
(stick and bore can both mean to pierce or skewer)
'first of borrowed money in oslo' is the wordplay.
'first of' indicates taking the first letters.
'money in oslo' becomes 'ore' (Norwegian currency).
The first letter of 'borrowed' is 'b'.
(Other definitions for bore that I've seen before include "A tedious long-winded person", "Capable of being shifted", "Tedious person; steep wave", "Tedious thing", "Irritate", "Drill a hole in", "Weary with tediousness", "... endured", "Dull person; use a drill" and "Drill; tidal wave".)