Meaning of “stuff it, them, you, etc.” in the English Dictionary

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"stuff it, them, you, etc." in British English

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stuff it, them, you, etc.

mainly UK slang

used to show anger or disapproval about a situation or person, or that you refuse to obey someone:

He's expecting us to work late. Well, stuff that/him!
"Should we clean up now?" "No, stuff it! Let someone else do it!"

(Definition of “stuff it, them, you, etc.” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)