[naf-ee] /ˈnæf i/

noun, British.
Navy, Army, and Air Force Institutes: an organization that provides social facilities, stores, etc., to British military personnel.
a canteen run by this organization.
noun acronym
Navy, Army, and Air Force Institutes: an organization providing canteens, shops, etc, for British military personnel at home or overseas
a canteen, shop, etc, run by this organization


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