Word: stuff

Category: stuff

Arts & Entertainment, Shopping, Hobbies & Leisure

Related words: stuff

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Synonyms: stuff

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: stuff

spanish
paño, material, henchir, embutir, llenar


german
stoßen, schieben, stoff, einstecken, werkstoff, ...

french
matériaux, empailler, cause, étoffe, chose, ...

italian
stoffa, imbottire, materiale, sostanza, materia

portuguese
tecido, pano, estudar, material, substância, ...

dutch
materialen, stof, materiaal, zelfstandigheid, stoffelijk, ...

russian
материал, вещество, ерунда, напичкать, палка, ...

norwegian
tøy, emne, materiale, stoff

swedish
materia, stoff, material

finnish
roju, tökötti, aine, kangas, rojut, ...

danish
materiale, stof

czech
nacpat, vycpat, vrazit, hmota, podstata, ...

polish
wypychać, tkanina, upychać, rzecz, opchać, ...

hungarian
nyersanyag, kacat

turkish
kumaş, malzeme, madde

greek
πράμα

ukrainian
матеріал, речовина, пломбувати

albanian
material

bulgarian
вещество, материал

belarusian
матерыя

estonian
materjal, täitma

croatian
stvari, predmet, roba, materijal, popuniti

icelandic
fataefni, dúkur, efni

latin
effercio

lithuanian
medžiaga

latvian
materiāls, viela

romanian
material

slovenian
materiál

slovak
podstata, materiál

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The meaning and "use of": stuff

noun
  • matter, material, articles, or activities of a specified or indeterminate kind that are being referred to, indicated, or implied.
  • the basic constituents or characteristics of something or someone.
  • woolen fabric, especially as distinct from silk, cotton, and linen.
  • (in sports) spin given to a ball to make it vary its course.

verb
  • fill (a receptacle or space) tightly with something.
  • defeat heavily in sport.
  • used to express indifference toward or rejection of (something).

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