Usually a motor-driven, spindle-mounted wheel, disc, or cone-shaped form made of layered cotton Felt, muslin, wool or leather Buffs are charged with abrasive compounds and spun against metal surfaces to cut away and polish-to buff-the metal
You use buff to describe someone who knows a lot about a particular subject. For example, if you describe someone as a film buff, you mean that they know a lot about films. Judge Lanier is a real film buff = enthusiast
If you buff the surface of something, for example your car or your shoes, you rub it with a piece of soft material in order to make it shine. He was already buffing the car's hubs. = polish + buffing buff·ing Regular buffing helps prevent nails from splitting. buff up to polish something with a cloth
Blind man's buff or blind man's bluff is a children's game, a variant of tag. The traditional name of the game is "blind man's buff", wherein the word buff is used in its older sense of a small push. The game later also became known as "blind man's bluff"; it is possible that this name is a linguistic corruption
(Oyunlar) Blind man's bluff or Blind man's buff is a children's game played in a spacious enclosed area, such as a large room, in which one player, designated as It, is either blindfolded or closes his or her eyes. The It player gropes around blindly and attempts to touch the other players without being able to see them, while the other players scatter and try to avoid and hide from the It player, sometimes teasing him/her to make him/her change direction. The game is a variant of tag
As in a light polishing that does not obliterate a pontil from a hand-made glass marble, nor removes the surface of a machine-made marble Buffing greatly increases a dull or rough marble's appearance, making it bright in color once again In some cases can reduce the value of a marble in collectors' circles Also see Polished
(1) The thin grain of leather removed from a cattle hide by the splitting machine (2) The process of more or less removing the grain 1~yer by abrasion (3) Removal of the flesh side of the leather by mechanical abrasion to produce a suede effect, or to reduce the substance Synonymous with "fluffing" and now in more common use Also known as "snuffing"
a mechanical process that reduces the appearance of surface blemishes from leather hides Leather that is not buffed is called "full grain" because the natural grain retains its markings and characteristics
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