noun, plural Riffs, Riffi
[rif-ee] /ˈrɪf i/ (Show IPA). (especially collectively) Riff.
a member of the Berber people living in Er Rif in northern Morocco.
(in jazz or rock music) a short series of chords
(intransitive) to play or perform riffs in jazz or rock music
(informal) to speak amusingly or make (amusing comments or remarks)
verb (used with object), riffed, riffing. Informal. 1. to discharge (a person) from military or civil service, especially as part of an economy program. noun 1. a melodic phrase, often constantly repeated, forming an accompaniment or part of an accompaniment for a soloist. verb (used without object) 2. to perform riffs. verb (used with object), […]
noun 1. a small curved file. noun 1. a file with a curved face for filing concave surfaces
verb (used with or without object), riffled, riffling. 1. to turn hastily; flutter and shift: to riffle a stack of letters; to riffle through a book. 2. Cards. to shuffle by dividing the deck in two, raising the corners slightly, and allowing them to fall alternately together. 3. to cause or become a riffle. noun […]
noun 1. (informal) the use of an abundance of dominant riffs