Traducciones detalladas de stuff de inglés a español


stuff [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the stuff (matter)
    la materia; la sustancia
  2. the stuff (things; items; goods; articles)
    la cosas; el trabajos; la cositas; el productos; la mercancías; el chanchullos; el bienes; el chismes
  3. the stuff
    el material; el chismes; la cosa; la substancia
  4. the stuff (articles; ware; merchandise; )
    el artículos; la mercancías
  5. the stuff (hash; cannabis; hemp; hashish)
    el cáñamo
  6. the stuff (broken stones; mortar; rubble; )
    la grava
    • grava [la ~] sustantivo
  7. the stuff (possesions; worldly goods; things; bits and pieces; bits & pieces)
    el haberes; la propiedades; la posesiones

to stuff verbo (stuffs, stuffed, stuffing)

  1. to stuff
  2. to stuff
  3. to stuff (stow)

Conjugaciones de stuff:

  1. stuff
  2. stuff
  3. stuffs
  4. stuff
  5. stuff
  6. stuff
simple past
  1. stuffed
  2. stuffed
  3. stuffed
  4. stuffed
  5. stuffed
  6. stuffed
present perfect
  1. have stuffed
  2. have stuffed
  3. has stuffed
  4. have stuffed
  5. have stuffed
  6. have stuffed
past continuous
  1. was stuffing
  2. were stuffing
  3. was stuffing
  4. were stuffing
  5. were stuffing
  6. were stuffing
  1. shall stuff
  2. will stuff
  3. will stuff
  4. shall stuff
  5. will stuff
  6. will stuff
continuous present
  1. am stuffing
  2. are stuffing
  3. is stuffing
  4. are stuffing
  5. are stuffing
  6. are stuffing
  1. be stuffed
  2. be stuffed
  3. be stuffed
  4. be stuffed
  5. be stuffed
  6. be stuffed
  1. stuff!
  2. let's stuff!
  3. stuffed
  4. stuffing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for stuff:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
apretar pinching off; screwing down; screwing home; screwing tighter
artículos articles; goods; merchandise; produce; stuff; ware; wares articles; material; materials; requirement
bienes articles; goods; items; stuff; things belonging; country estate; estate; inventory; landed property; possession
chanchullos articles; goods; items; stuff; things botch job; bungle; bungling; bungling work; daubing; mess up; messing; muddling; shoddy work; staining
chismes articles; goods; items; stuff; things babble; backbiting; baloney; blah; bunkum; cackling; chat; chatter; clanging; claptrap; defamation; folly; gabble; gossip; humbug; jabber; jaw; mudslinging; nonsense; piffle; prattle; profanity; scandal; scandal-mongering; slander; slipslop; talk; talkee-talkee; talking; talks; tattle; tittle-tattle; tolling; twaddle; vilification; wishwash; yacking
cosa stuff affair; article; business; case; gadget; good; issue; item; matter; object; point of discussion; question; shop; thing
cosas articles; goods; items; stuff; things assets; belonging; commodities; household effects; ownership; possession; property
cositas articles; goods; items; stuff; things futilities; small things; triflers
cáñamo cannabis; hash; hashish; hemp; stuff hemp; seedling
estibar re-stowing
grava broken stones; calcium; chalk; lime; matter; mortar; plaster; quick lime; rubble; slaked lime; stone-chippings; stone-dust; stuff gravel; grit; pebble-sand; shingle
haberes bits & pieces; bits and pieces; possesions; stuff; things; worldly goods ability; capability; capacity; quality
materia matter; stuff area; district; region; territory; zone
material stuff equipment; kit; material; materials; materiel; outfit
mercancías articles; goods; items; merchandise; produce; stuff; things; ware; wares belonging; business; cargoes; commerce; commodities; employment; goods; goods trade; grip; household effects; loadings; loads; market; market place; merchandise; occupation; possession; trade; wares
posesiones bits & pieces; bits and pieces; possesions; stuff; things; worldly goods assets; commodities; ownership; possession; property
productos articles; goods; items; stuff; things assets; belonging; commodities; ownership; possession; property; results
propiedades bits & pieces; bits and pieces; possesions; stuff; things; worldly goods
substancia stuff
sustancia matter; stuff matter; mortar
trabajos articles; goods; items; stuff; things
- clobber; hooey; material; poppycock; stuff and nonsense
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
apretar stuff bind tightly; clench; compress; contrive; dent; devise; fasten; go short; impress; invent; make up; pack; pinch; pinch off; press; press together; push in; screw; span; squeeze; tighten; wedge
apretujar stuff jam; stalemate
disecar stuff analyse; analyze; anatomise; anatomize; dismantle; dissect; pull down; take apart
estibar stow; stuff charge with electricity; load; move on; propel; push along; push on; recharge
propiedades have; own; possess
- block; choke up; englut; engorge; farce; glut; gorge; gormandise; gormandize; gourmandize; ingurgitate; lug; overeat; overgorge; overindulge; shove; squeeze; thrust
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- material; rubbish
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
material businesslike; cool; material; tangible

Palabras relacionadas con "stuff":

Sinónimos de "stuff":

Antónimos de "stuff":

  • unstuff

Definiciones relacionadas de "stuff":

  1. miscellaneous unspecified objects1
    • the trunk was full of stuff1
  2. unspecified qualities required to do or be something1
    • the stuff of heros1
    • you don't have the stuff to be a United States Marine1
  3. a critically important or characteristic component1
    • suspense is the very stuff of narrative1
  4. senseless talk1
    • don't give me that stuff1
  5. information in some unspecified form1
    • it was stuff I had heard before1
    • there's good stuff in that book1
  6. informal terms for personal possessions1
  7. the tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object1
    • wheat is the stuff they use to make bread1
  8. fill with a stuffing while cooking1
    • Have you stuffed the turkey yet?1
  9. fill tightly with a material1
    • stuff a pillow with feathers1
  10. treat with grease, fill, and prepare for mounting1
    • stuff a bearskin1
  11. overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself1
    • She stuffed herself at the dinner1
  12. obstruct1
    • My nose is all stuffed1
  13. cram into a cavity1
    • The child stuffed candy into his pockets1
  14. press or force1

Wiktionary: stuff

  1. miscellaneous items; things
  2. cadigan: substitution for material of unknown type or name
  3. substitution for trivial details
  1. to fill (something) up in a compressed manner
  2. to be sated
  3. preserve a dead animal
  4. -

Cross Translation:
stuff atracarse vreten — het nuttigen van voedsel op een meestal onbeleefde wijze
stuff embozar; obturar; tapar; obstruir; bloquear boucher — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
stuff apiparse bâfrer — Manger avidement et avec excès (transitif)
stuff apiparse bâfrer — Manger quelque chose avidement et avec excès (pronominal)
stuff cosa chose — Permet de désigner un objet, une idée, un concept ou une abstraction quelconque, sans avoir à l’identifier ou à le nommer
stuff material matériau — À trier
stuff rellenar; acolchar rembourrergarnir de bourre, de laine, de crin, etc.
stuff atiborrarse se gavers’empiffrer, manger gloutonnement, avec excès.
stuff substancia substance — philosophie|fr Ce qui subsister par soi-même, indépendamment de tout accident.
stuff tela; tejido; paño étoffe — textile|fr tissu de soie, de laine, de coton, etc., dont on faire des habits, dont on recouvre des meubles, etc.

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