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[doo-fahy; French dy-fey] /duˈfaɪ; French düˈfeɪ/ noun 1. Guillaume [gee-yohm] /giˈyoʊm/ (Show IPA), c1400–74, Flemish composer.
[duhf] /dʌf/ noun, Slang. 1. the buttocks or rump: If you don’t like the way things are, get off your duff and do something about it! [duhf] /dʌf/ noun 1. a stiff flour pudding, boiled or steamed and often flavored with currants, citron, and spices. [duhf] /dʌf/ verb (used with object), Slang. 1. to give […]
[duhf] /dʌf/ verb (used with object), Slang. 1. to give a deliberately deceptive appearance to; misrepresent; fake. 2. British. (in golf) to misplay (a golf ball), especially to misjudge one’s swing so that the club strikes the ground behind the ball before hitting it. 3. Australian. 4. to cheat someone. /dʌf/ noun 1. a thick […]
[duhf-uh l] /ˈdʌf əl/ noun 1. a camper’s clothing and equipment. 2. a coarse woolen cloth having a thick nap, used for coats, blankets, etc. 3. . /ˈdʌfəl/ noun 1. a heavy woollen cloth with a thick nap 2. (mainly US & Canadian) equipment or supplies, esp those of a camper see duffle.