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Meaning of “strut your stuff” in the English Dictionary

"strut your stuff" in British English

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strut your stuff

informal mainly humorous to ​dance in a ​confident and usually ​sexuallyexciting way, ​especiallytrying to be ​noticed by other ​people: Hey ​baby, why don't you get out on the ​floor and strut ​yourstuff? informal to show ​yourabilities: Wimbledon is the ​opportunity for all the world's ​besttennisplayers to strut ​theirstuff.
(Definition of strut your stuff from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"strut your stuff" in American English

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strut your stuff

infmlto show other ​people what you can do well: Winnie ​loves to ​dance and has been ​strutting her ​stuff since she was very ​young.
(Definition of strut your stuff from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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