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Meaning of “stuff” - Learner’s Dictionary

stuff

verb [T]     /stʌf/
stuff sth in/into/behind, etc to push something into a small space, often quickly or in a careless way: He stuffed the papers into his briefcase and left.Filling and completing
FILL to completely fill a container with something: an envelope stuffed with moneyFilling and completing
FOOD to fill meat, vegetables, etc with a mixture of food before you cook them: stuffed peppersFilling and completingPreparing foodPreparing food using heat
DEAD ANIMAL to fill the body of a dead animal with special material so that it looks as if it is still aliveFilling and completingBurying, cremating and preserving bodies
(Definition of stuff verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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