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fluff
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
fluff /fluff/
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm (mặt trái da) cho mịn những đám nùi bông
    • (sân khấu), (từ lóng) không thuộc vở
    • (rađiô), (từ lóng) đọc sai
Concise Dictionary
fluffs|fluffed|fluffingflʌf
noun
+any light downy material
+something of little value or significance
+a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)
verb
+make a mess of, destroy or ruin
+erect or fluff up
+ruffle (one's hair) by combing towards the ends towards the scalp, for a full effect

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 down, fuzz, feather(s), thistledown, floss, lint, dust, dust-ball, fuzz ball:
Be sure you clean the fluff from under the beds.
2 bit of fluff. poppet, girl (friend), mistress, Slang bit of all right, (bit of) crumpet, (bit of) skirt or stuff, Old-fashioned Brit popsy:
Bickerley keeps some fluff on the side.
3 blunder, error, slip, mistake, Colloq howler, Brit bloomer, US and Canadian blooper:
They showed a video of the fluffs actors make during recordings.
v.
4 muddle, spoil, ruin, make a mess of, bungle, botch, Colloq foul up, screw up, mess up, US snafu, Slang Brit cock up, balls up, US ball up, Taboo fuck up:
I have a funny story about how Barrymore fluffed Hamlet's soliloquy.
5 fluff up. puff up, shake out or up, aerate:
He doesn't like the pillows on his bed fluffed up.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun [U]
1 (BrE) (also lint AmE, BrE) small pieces of wool, cotton, etc. that gather on clothes and other surfaces: This sweater is covered in fluff.
2 soft animal fur or bird feathers, that is found especially on young animals or birds: The baby birds were still covered in fluff.
3 (informal, especially AmE) entertainment that is not serious and is not considered to have great value
+ verb [VN]
1 (informal) to do sth badly or to fail at sth
Synonym: BUNGLE
He completely fluffed an easy shot (= in sport). + Most actors fluff their lines occasionally.
2 ~ sth (out / up) to shake or brush sth so that it looks larger and/or softer: The female sat on the eggs, fluffing out her feathers. + Let me fluff up your pillows for you.


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