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stuffed

adjective uk   us   /stʌft/

stuffed adjective (FULL)

A stuffed animal or bird is filled with special material so that it keeps the shape it had when it was alive: a collection of stuffed birds [after verb] informal (of a person) having eaten enough or too much: "No more for me thanks - I'm stuffed."

stuffed adjective (COOKING)

filled with a stuffing: stuffed peppers
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