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  1. stiff

    • IPA[stɪf]


    • adj.
      not easily bent or changed in shape; rigid;(of a semi-liquid substance) viscous; thick
    • n.
      a dead body.;a boring, conventional person
    • v.
      cheat (someone) out of something, especially money;fail to leave (someone) a tip.
    • verb: stiff, 3rd person present: stiffs, gerund or present participle: stiffing, past tense: stiffed, past participle: stiffed

    • noun: stiff, plural noun: stiffs

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    • 1. a dead body.
    • 2. North American a boring, conventional person ordinary working stiffs in respectable offices
    • 3. British a sports club's reserve team.


    • 1. North American cheat (someone) out of something, especially money several workers were stiffed out of their pay
    • fail to leave (someone) a tip.
    • 2. North American ignore (someone) deliberately; snub the stars are notorious for stiffing their hosts and sponsors at banquets
    • 3. kill (someone) I want to get those pigs who stiffed your doctor
    • (of a commercial venture or product) be unsuccessful as soon as he began singing about the wife and kids, his albums stiffed