English → English - stuff

Pronunciation
n. material of which something is made; essence; objects, things; personal belongings; cloth, fabric (British); nonsense (Informal)
v. force into a container or opening, cram; fill with some type of stuffing; fill an animal hide with material that preserves its shape; eat a large amount of food, gorge

English → Spanish - stuff

Pronunciation
s. cosas, chunche, coso, materia; efectos personales
v. rellenar, abarrotar, apiñar, atarugar, atestar, atiborrar, cebar, embutir, empachar, empalagar, encolmar, henchir; acolchar, acolchonar

English → French - stuff

Pronunciation
n. matière; matériaux; objets; étoffe; fatras, balivernes
v. remplir, presser, comprimer; garnir, bourrer; empailler

English → German - stuff

Pronunciation
n. Material, Kram; Zeug, Sachen; Stoff; Blödsinn
v. füllen; vollstopfen; ausstopfen; stopfen

English → Indonesian - stuff

Pronunciation
n. bahan, barang, kesanggupan
v. mengisi, menjejali, memadatkan, memasukkan, menyumbat, menyumpalkan

English → Italian - stuff

Pronunciation
s. materia, sostanza, materiale; cose, roba; stoffa, tessuto; tessuto di lana; cosa; ciarpame, robaccia, cianfrusaglie; sciocchezze, stupidaggini; (fam) lavori, opere; (fig) essenza
v. imbottire, riempire; stipare, inzeppare; (fam) rimpinzare, ingozzare; (rifl) rimpinzarsi, riempirsi lo stomaco; (Gastr) farcire, infarcire; impagliare, imbalsamare; ficcare, cacciare, comprimere

English → Polish - stuff

Pronunciation
n. materiał, surowiec, materia, budulec, rzeczy, coś, głupstwa
v. napchać, faszerować, nadziać, wypchać, wetknąć, wpakować, tuczyć, przypochlebiać się, opchać się, napychać, wypchnąć, wypychać, wtykać, wpakowywać

English → Portuguese - stuff

Pronunciation
s. material; coisa, negócio, objetos, troço; tecido; besteira
v. encher, entulhar; fartar; saciar; rechear; obstruir

English → Romanian - stuff

Pronunciation
n. material, materie, substanţă, stofă, ţesătură, materie brută, marfă, bunuri, chestie, baliverne
v. umple, ticsi, îndesa, înfunda, burduşi, înghesui, vârî, băga, îmbuiba, îndopa, matlasa, umple cu tocătură, păcăli {fam.}

English → Russian - stuff

Pronunciation
с. материал, вещество, вещи, имущество, материя, лекарство, шерстяная материя, дрянь, чепуха, хлам
г. набивать, заполнять; начинять, фаршировать, пломбировать (зуб); объедаться, закармливать, засовывать, затыкать; обманывать, мистифицировать

English → Turkish - stuff

Pronunciation
f. doldurmak, içini doldurmak, tıkamak, sürmek, tıkmak, tıkıştırmak, tıkınmak, tıka basa yemek
i. şey, eşya, madde, hammadde, kumaş, yünlü kumaş [brit.], kereste, kâğıt hamuru, saçma, zırva, saçmalık, hamur, öz, uyuşturucu, kaçak içki

English → Ukrainian - stuff

Pronunciation
n. матеріал, предмет, майно, мікстура, крам, матерія
v. заповнювати, фарширувати, пломбувати, утискати, виповнити, забивати, запихати, наглотити, напихати, натасувати, начиняти

English → Dutch - stuff

Pronunciation
zn. materiaal, dingen, voorwerpen (onbepaald), weefsel, onzin
ww. (op)vullen, volproppen

English → Greek - stuff

Pronunciation
επίθ. άχρηστος
ουσ. ανοησίες, πανί, ύλη, υλικό, ύφασμα
ρήμ. βαλσαμώνω, παραγεμίζω, γεμίζω

English → Arabic - stuff

Pronunciation
‏ملاك، المواد الخامة، مخدرات، أمتعة، مادة خام، أشياء، ممتلكات شخصية، ركام، أدوات، نسيج صوفي، مادة الشىء أو جوهره، أعمال في منسابات خاصة، سقط المتاع‏
‏إتخم، لقم، إلتهم، إزدرد، حشا، سمن، أقحم، ملأ، حشا بالقش، أكل بنهم، وضع، إنحشى، سد‏

English → Chinese - stuff

Pronunciation
(名) 材料, 原料; 物品, 东西; 木料; 纺织品
(动) 塞满, 填充, 填满; 饱食, 吃得过多

English → Chinese - stuff

Pronunciation
(名) 材料, 原料; 物品, 東西; 木料; 紡織品
(動) 塞滿, 填充, 填滿; 飽食, 吃得過多

English → Hindi - stuff

Pronunciation
n. सामग्री, पदार्थ, कूड़ा, वस्त्र, तुच्छ पदार्थ, अनर्थक बकवाद
v. भरना, रोकना, परिपूर्ण करना, दबाना, भकोसना

English → Japanese - stuff

Pronunciation
(名) 材料; 要素; 資料; 物; 生地; 関係者; つまらない物
(動) 詰め込む; ふさぐ; 詰め物をする; 剥製にする

English → Korean - stuff

Pronunciation
명. 재료, 요소; 물건, 물질; 소질, 성격; 천, 직물 (영국); 하찮은 것, 부질없는 것(구어)
동. 채우다, 채워 넣다; 속을 채우다; 박제하다; 배부르게 먹다, 처넣다

English → Vietnamese - stuff

Pronunciation
n. vật liệu, đồ đạc trong nhà, thuốc men, chuyện, sự túng tiền
v. nhét vào, nhồi vào, lấp lổ, đút vào, dồn vào

Definition of stuff

Pronunciation
Noun
1. Miscellaneous items; things; (with possessive) personal effects.
What is all that stuff on your bedroom floor?
He didn't want his pockets to bulge so he was walking around with all his stuff in his hands.
2. The tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object.
3. A material for making clothing; any woven textile, but especially a woollen fabric.
4. Abstract substance or character.
5. Used as placeholder, usually for material of unknown type or name.
Can I have some of that stuff on my ice-cream sundae?
6. Substitution for trivial details.
I had to do some stuff.
7. Narcotic drugs, especially heroin.
8. Furniture; goods; domestic vessels or utensils.
9. A medicine or mixture; a potion.
10. Refuse or worthless matter; hence, also, foolish or irrational language; nonsense; trash.
11. A melted mass of turpentine, tallow, etc., with which the masts, sides, and bottom of a ship are smeared for lubrication.
12. Paper stock ground ready for use. When partly ground, it is called half stuff.
Verb
13. To fill by crowding something into; to cram with something; to load to excess.
She stuffed the turkey for Thanksgiving using her secret stuffing recipe.
14. To fill a space with (something) in a compressed manner.
He stuffed his clothes into the closet and shut the door.
15. To sate.
I’m stuffed after having eaten all that turkey, mashed potatoes and delicious stuffing.
16. To be broken. rfex
17. To sexually penetrate. rfex
18. To be cut off in a race by having one's projected and committed racing line (trajectory) disturbed by an abrupt manoeuvre by a competitor.
I got stuffed by that guy on the supermoto going into that turn, almost causing us to crash.
19. To preserve a dead bird or animal by filling its skin.
20. To obstruct, as any of the organs; to affect with some obstruction in the organs of sense or respiration.
21. To form or fashion by packing with the necessary material.
22. To crowd with facts; to cram the mind of; sometimes, to crowd or fill with false or idle tales or fancies.
23. To compress (a file or files) in the StuffIt format, to be unstuffed later.
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dictionary extension

Verb Forms

Present participle: stuffing
Present: stuff (3.person: stuffs)
Past: stuffed
Future: will stuff
Present conditional: would stuff
Present Perfect: have stuffed (3.person: has stuffed)
Past Perfect: had stuffed
Future Perfect: will have stuffed
Past conditional: would have stuffed
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