An instance of material which may be used as food.

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  • foodstuff — food‧stuff [ˈfuːdstʌf] noun [countable, uncountable] a substance regularly used as food, especially one that is produced and sold as a product: • a sharp rise in the price of foodstuffs • Most of the imports consist of essential foodstuffs (=… …   Financial and business terms

  • foodstuff — (n.) 1870, from FOOD (Cf. food) + STUFF (Cf. stuff) (n.). Related: Foodstuffs …   Etymology dictionary

  • foodstuff — ► NOUN ▪ a substance suitable for consumption as food …   English terms dictionary

  • foodstuff — [fo͞od′stuf΄] n. any substance used as food …   English World dictionary

  • foodstuff — UK [ˈfuːdˌstʌf] / US [ˈfudˌstʌf] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms foodstuff : singular foodstuff plural foodstuffs formal a type of food …   English dictionary

  • foodstuff — maisto produktai statusas Aprobuotas sritis maistas apibrėžtis Apdoroti, pagaminti ar perdirbti augalininkystės, gyvulininkystės, paukštininkystės, žvėrininkystės, bitininkystės ir žuvininkystės produktai, taip pat natūraliai užaugusios arba… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • foodstuff — noun Date: 1872 a substance with food value; specifically the raw material of food before or after processing …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • foodstuff — /foohd stuf /, n. a substance used or capable of being used as nutriment. [1870 75; FOOD + STUFF] * * * …   Universalium

  • foodstuff — food·stuff füd .stəf n a substance with food value esp a specific nutrient (as a fat or protein) …   Medical dictionary

  • foodstuff — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Something fit to be eaten: aliment, bread, comestible, diet, edible, esculent, fare, food, meat, nourishment, nurture, nutriment, nutrition, pabulum, pap, provender, provision (used in plural), sustenance, victual.… …   English dictionary for students

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