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Translation of "stuff" - English-Spanish dictionary

stuff

verb /staf/
to pack or fill tightly, often hurriedly or untidily atiborrar(se); meter algo de cualquier manera; embutir; atestar His drawer was stuffed with papers She stuffed the fridge with food The children have been stuffing themselves with ice-cream.
to fill (eg a turkey, chicken etc) with stuffing before cooking. rellenar
to fill the skin of (a dead animal or bird) to preserve the appearance it had when alive disecar They stuffed the golden eagle.
stuffing noun
material used for stuffing eg toy animals relleno The teddy bear had lost much of its stuffing.
a mixture containing eg breadcrumbs, spices, sausage-meat etc , used for stuffing chickens etc relleno sage and onion stuffing.
stuff up phrasal verb
to block obstruir; taponar (la nariz); estar acatarrado He stuffed the hole up with some newspaper I’ve got a cold and my nose is stuffed up.
(Definition of stuff from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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