Hindi translation of 'stuff'
stuff /stʌf स्टफ़्/
Word forms: stuffs, stuffing, stuffed
1. uncountable noun
You can use stuff to refer to things in a general way, without mentioning the things themselves by name.
Don't tell me you still believe in all that stuff!
...a place to buy computer stuff.
He pointed to a duffle bag. 'That's my stuff.'
2. transitive verb
If you stuff something somewhere, you push it there quickly and roughly.
I stuffed my hands in my pockets.
3. transitive verb
If you stuff a container or space with something, you fill it with something or with a quantity of things until it is full.
...wallets stuffed with dollars.
4. transitive verb
If you stuff a bird such as a chicken, or a vegetable such as a pepper, you put a mixture of food inside it before cooking it.
5. transitive verb
If a dead animal is stuffed, it is filled with a substance so that it can be preserved and displayed.
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Example Sentences Including 'stuff'
It wouldn't surprise me to find a lot more stuff hidden there.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
Then one day when I was sorting out some of their stuff , I came across a collection of old theatre programmes.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
Then under all the clothes I noticed papers and stuff as well.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Trends of 'stuff'
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'stuff' in Other Languages
- Arabic: أَشْيَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: coisas
- Chinese: 物件
- Croatian: stvari
- Czech: věci
- Danish: sager
- Dutch: spul
- European Spanish: bártulos
- Finnish: aine
- French: trucs
- German: Stoff Masse
- Greek: πράγματα
- Italian: roba
- Japanese: もの 材料
- Korean: 물질
- Norwegian: saker og ting
- Polish: rzeczy
- Portuguese: coisas
- Romanian: lucruri lucruri
- Russian: материал
- Spanish: cosas
- Swedish: saker
- Thai: สิ่งต่างๆ
- Turkish: madde
- Ukrainian: речі
- Vietnamese: những thứ
Translation of stuff from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary