buff

buff
1. noun
(a dull yellow colour.) color de ante

2. adjective
a buff envelope.) de color de ante
buff
tr[bʌf]
noun
1 (leather) piel nombre femenino de ante
2 (colour) color nombre masculino de ante
3 (enthusiast) aficionado,-a
a theatre buff un aficionado al teatro
a film buff un cinéfilo
adjective
1 de color de ante
transitive verb
1 (metal, floor etc) dar brillo a
2 (leather) aterciopelar
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
in the buff familiar en pelotas
buff ['bʌf] vt
polish: pulir, sacar brillo a, lustrar
buff adj
: beige, amarillento
buff n
1) : beige m, amarillento m
2) enthusiast: aficionado m, -da f; entusiasta mf
buff
adj.
de color de ante adj.
n.
piel de ante s.f.
v.
dar brillo v.

I bʌf
noun
1) u
a) buff (leather) gamuza f
b) (color) beige m
c) (bare skin)

in the buff — (colloq & hum) en cueros (fam & hum)

2) c (enthusiast) (colloq) aficionado, -da m,f

film buff — cinéfilo, -la m,f

jazz buff — aficionado al jazz


II
adjective
a) (made of buff) (before n) de gamuza
b) (buff-colored) beige adj inv, beis adj inv (Esp)

III
transitive verb \<\<metal\>\> pulir; \<\<shoes\>\> sacar* brillo a

I [bʌf]
1.
ADJ [colour] de color de ante
2.
N piel f de ante

in the buff * — en cueros *

3.
VT (also: buff up) lustrar, pulir

II
* [bʌf]
N aficionado(-a) m / f , entusiasta mf

film buff — cinéfilo(-a) m / f

* * *

I [bʌf]
noun
1) u
a) buff (leather) gamuza f
b) (color) beige m
c) (bare skin)

in the buff — (colloq & hum) en cueros (fam & hum)

2) c (enthusiast) (colloq) aficionado, -da m,f

film buff — cinéfilo, -la m,f

jazz buff — aficionado al jazz


II
adjective
a) (made of buff) (before n) de gamuza
b) (buff-colored) beige adj inv, beis adj inv (Esp)

III
transitive verb \<\<metal\>\> pulir; \<\<shoes\>\> sacar* brillo a

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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