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British pronunciation/stɹˈʌt wˈɒnz stˈʌf/
American pronunciation/stɹˈʌt wˈʌnz stˈʌf/
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to confidently put one's best skills, abilities, or features on display in order to impress or show off

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What is the origin of the idiom "strut one's stuff" and when to use it?

The idiom "strut one's stuff" likely draws its origins from the concept of "strutting," which involves walking with a proud, self-assured, and often stylish demeanor. This expression is used to describe a situation where someone proudly and confidently displays their skills, talents, or qualities.

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