show (someone) (one's) stuff

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show (someone) (one's) stuff

To demonstrate or display one's ability (to do something) in front of or for the benefit of someone. I've been training really hard all year, so I can't wait to go to tryouts and show the coaches my stuff. We're very excited to see what you have in store for us, Jen. Whenever you're ready, go ahead and show us your stuff!
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show someone one's stuff

Fig. to show someone how well one can do something. We'll audition Kate now. Okay, Kate, show us your stuff.
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THE more Twitter tinkers with my timeline - showing stuff from people I don't follow - the less inclined I am to use the service at all.
Being a choice-driven narrative, at the end of each "level" there is a story tree which takes you through what choices you made and also shows a number of boxes that are locked, showing stuff you obviously didn't do throughout the scene you just played, giving a surefire need to play through the game more than once to explore each scene to maximum effect.
However, there's a fine line between entertaining, educating and just showing stuff for the sake of it.
But now it's started showing stuff and all there is is RTE on a loop.
We're going to be showing stuff that no one outside of this company has seen."
He said: "I've received an obscene video of a girl showing stuff to a boy she didn't want anyone else to see.