Definition of hard stuff in English:

hard stuff

Syllabification: hard stuff

noun

(the hard stuff) informal
Strong liquor.
More example sentences
  • In comparison, just 16 percent of 55-to 64 year olds feel they're harming themselves by drinking the hard stuff.
  • A record 18 per cent of Brits now eschew a drop of the hard stuff, according to The Drink Pocket Book 2001.
  • Known to drink up to four bottles of vodka a day, this accomplished boozer can take the hard stuff in waves.

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