Learn how to say Stuffs correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word stuff:
1matter, material, articles, or activities of a specified or indeterminate kind that are being referred to, indicated, or implied:
I prefer to buy stuff in sales
we all offer to do stuff for each other
green stuff in stagnant water
the mud was horrible stuff
a girl who’s good at the technical stuff
all that running and swimming and stuff
a person’s belongings, equipment, or baggage:
he took his stuff and went
British informal, dated worthless or foolish ideas, speech, or writing; rubbish:
stuff and nonsense!
informal drink or drugs:
the islanders get fighting mad on the stuff
‘Are you doing stuff, Kevin?’ he asked
(one’s stuff) things in which one is knowledgeable and experienced; one’s area of expertise:
he knows his stuff and can really write
2the basic constituents or characteristics of something or someone:
Healey was made of sterner stuff
such a trip was the stuff of his dreams
3British dated woollen fabric, especially as distinct from silk, cotton, and linen:
her dark stuff gown
4North American (in sport) spin given to a ball to make it vary its course.
Baseball a pitcher’s ability to produce spin on a ball or control the speed of delivery of a ball.