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hot stuff

  

      n  
Informal  
1    a person, object, etc., considered important, attractive, sexually exciting, etc.  
2    a pornographic or erotic book, play, film, etc.  
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stuff  
      vb   mainly tr  
1    to pack or fill completely; cram  
2    intr   to eat large quantities  
3    to force, shove, or squeeze  
to stuff money into a pocket     
4    to fill (food such as poultry or tomatoes) with a stuffing  
5    to fill (an animal's skin) with material so as to restore the shape of the live animal  
6    Taboo slang   to have sexual intercourse with (a woman)  
7      (Tanning)   to treat (an animal skin or hide) with grease  
8      (U.S. and Canadian)   to fill (a ballot box) with a large number of fraudulent votes  
9    (in marine transport) to pack (a container)  
   See also       stuffing and stripping  
10    Slang   to ruin, frustrate, or defeat  
      n  
11    the raw material or fabric of something  
12    woollen cloth or fabric  
13    any general or unspecified substance or accumulation of objects  
14    stupid or worthless actions, speech, ideas, etc.  
15    subject matter, skill, etc.  
he knows his stuff     
16       a slang word for       money  
17    Slang   a drug, esp. cannabis  
18    Informal  
do one's stuff   to do what is expected of one  
19    that's the stuff   that is what is needed  
20      (Brit)  
slang   a girl or woman considered sexually (esp. in the phrase bit of stuff)  
     (C14: from Old French estoffe, from estoffer to furnish, provide, of Germanic origin; related to Middle High German stopfen to cram full)  
  stuffer      n  


hot stuff  
      n  
Informal  
1    a person, object, etc., considered important, attractive, sexually exciting, etc.  
2    a pornographic or erotic book, play, film, etc.  
kids' stuff  
      n  
Slang  
1    something considered fit only for children  
2    something considered simple or easy  
rough stuff  
      n  
Informal   violence  
small stuff  
      n     (Nautical)   any light twine or yarn used aboard ship for serving lines, etc.  
sob stuff  
      n   material such as films, stories, etc., that play upon the emotions by the overuse of pathos and sentiment  
stuff gown  
      n     (Brit)   a woollen gown worn by a barrister who has not taken silk  

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stuff

  

      vb  
1    compress, cram, crowd, fill, force, jam, load, pack, pad, push, ram, shove, squeeze, stow, wedge  
2    gobble, gorge, gormandize, guzzle, make a pig of oneself     (informal)   overindulge, pig out     (slang)   sate, satiate  
      n  
3    belongings, bits and pieces, clobber     (Brit. slang)   effects, equipment, gear, goods and chattels, impedimenta, junk, kit, luggage, materials, objects, paraphernalia, possessions, tackle, things, trappings  
4    cloth, fabric, material, raw material, textile  
5    essence, matter, pith, quintessence, staple, substance  
6    balderdash, baloney     (informal)   bosh     (informal)   bunk     (informal)   bunkum, claptrap     (informal)   foolishness, humbug, nonsense, poppycock     (informal)   rot, rubbish, stuff and nonsense, tommyrot, trash, tripe     (informal)   twaddle, verbiage  

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