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verb [transitive] stuff pronunciation in British English /stʌf/
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present tense
I/you/we/theystuff
he/she/itstuffs
present participlestuffing
past tensestuffed
past participlestuffed
  1. 1
    to push something soft into a space or container
    stuff something into something: Alice quickly stuffed her clothes into a suitcase and left.
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  2. 2
    to fill a container or space with something, especially something soft
    stuff something with something: It’s cheaper to stuff the pillows with foam than with feathers.
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    1. a.
      to fill meat or vegetables with small pieces of another type of food
      stuff something with something: We could stuff the pasta with cheese and vegetables.
    2. b.
      to fill a dead animals skin so that it looks alive
      Dad had that big fish he caught stuffed.
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