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stuff

noun /staf/
material or substance
materia; material; sustancia; cosa
What is that black oily stuff on the beach? The doctor gave me some good stuff for removing warts Show them what stuff you’re made of! (= how brave, strong etc you are).
(unimportant) matter, things, objects etc
cosas; chismes, cachivaches, trastos
We’ll have to get rid of all this stuff when we move house.
an old word for cloth.
paño, tela; género
know one’s stuff to be skilful/skillful and knowledgeable in one’s chosen subject
saber de lo suyo, ser un entendedor de, ser bueno en
He really knows his stuff when it comes to French history.
that’s the stuff! (spoken) that’s just what is wanted!
¡así es!, ¡es eso mismo!
(Definition of stuff from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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