Definition of rough stuff in English:

rough stuff

Violent behaviour: they wouldn’t have stood for any rough stuff
More example sentences
  • When there's too much rough stuff going on, captains will get lectures from the referee in front of the penalty box and coaches are as adamant as ever when things don't go the team's way.
  • ‘I guess she doesn't get into much rough stuff,’ I offer.
  • Yet in a movie that dishes out its share of rough stuff, it's not the violence that gets to people - the pivotal scene in which a grown man cries has caused the biggest fuss.
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