buff

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English - Turkish
düşkün
perdahlamak
açkılamak
(araba/radyo vb) meraklısı
devetüyü
çıplak
{f} deri ile parlat
hasta
{i} meşin
meraklı
yumuşak birşeyle parlatmak
soluk sarı
kösele rengi
devetüyü rengi
oğarak parlat
{i} (araba, radyo v.b.) meraklısı, kurdu
(Nükleer Bilimler) perdah
soluk sarı/sarı deri
(sıfat) öküz derisinden yapılmış
in the buff k
sarı/sarı deri/eksper
meraklısı
kahverengimsi sarıya boyamak
tesirini azaltmak
{f} (bir şeyi) yumuşak bir şeyle parlatmak
{i} ten rengi
cilalamak, geliştirmek, hazırlanmak "Uzun süredir hayata küsmüş ve evinden çıkmıyordu, geri dönüş için cilalanma vakti geldi"
cilt yapmak
{s} öküz derisinden yapılmış
{i} öküz derisi
kahverengimsi sarı renkte
kurdu
deve tüyü rengi
buff up
cilalamak, geliştirmek, hazırlanmak "Uzun süredir hayata küsmüş ve evinden çıkmıyordu, geri dönüş için cilalanma vakti geldi"
buff state
aradevlet
blind man's buff
Körebe oyunu
buffing
(Mekanik,Teknik) perdahlama
buffing
parlatma
buffing
cilalama
buffing
(Tekstil) polisaj
blind man's buff
körebe

Körebe oyunu oynayalım. - Let's play a game of blind man's buff.

blindman's buff
körebe oyunu
blindmans buff
körebe oyunu
blindman's buff
Körebe: Gözleri bağlı olan ebenin, oyuna katılan öteki çocukları yakalamaya çalıştığı çocuk oyunu
consumable buff
tüketilebilir cila
in buff
çırılçıplak
to buff
buff için
to buff up
cilalamak, geliştirmek, hazırlanmak "Uzun süredir hayata küsmüş ve evinden çıkmıyordu, geri dönüş için cilalanma vakti geldi"
blind man's buff
(isim) körebe
in the buff
anadan doğma
in the buff
çırılçıplak
to buff
açkılamak
English - English
Big Ugly Fat Fellow (or Fucker); US Airforce nickname for the B-52 bomber

The general invited his old buddy to Barksdale to fly in the B-52 and show him just what the old BUFF could do.

A tool, often one covered with buff leather, used for polishing
Compressive coupler force that occurs during a slack bunched condition
An effect that makes a gaming character stronger
: Unusually muscular. (also buffed)

The bouncer was a big, buff dude with tattoos, a shaved head, and a serious scowl.

A person who is very interested in a particular subject; an enthusiast

He’s a history buff.

Of the color of buff leather, a brownish yellow
A brownish yellow colour

buff colour:.

To polish and make shiny
To make a character stronger

The enchanter buffed the paladin to prepare him to fight the dragon.

A military coat made of buff leather
attractive
Undyed leather from the skin of buffalo or similar animals
{v} to box, beat, strike, exercise
{n} a sort of lether dressed with oil
a soft thick undyed leather from the skins of e g buffalo or oxen
a soft thick undyed leather from the skins of e
Of the color of buff
a medium to dark tan color
A sort of leather, prepared from the skin of the buffalo, dressed with oil, like chamois; also, the skins of oxen, elks, and other animals, dressed in like manner
buffalo or oxen polish and make shiny; "buff the wooden floors"; "buff my shoes" of the color of buff leather
A wheel covered with buff leather, and used in polishing cutlery, spoons, etc
Beneficial spells cast onto allies such as haste or mana regen
A military coat, made of buff leather
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
" Firm; sturdy
To polish with a buff
A person, other than a firefighter, who is interested in fires, fire departments, and firefighters
Removal of writing/art work
an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block; used for polishing (as in manicuring)
Unusually muscular. (also buffed)
Military acronym for "Big Ugly Fat ****er " Term is used to describe bomber aircraft, and is often used to mean simply "bomber "
The grayish viscid substance constituting the buffy coat
Yellow-reddish color or a light skin color
The color of buff; a light yellow, shading toward pink, gray, or brown
bare skin; "swimming in the buff"
A buffet; a blow; obsolete except in the phrase "Blindman's buff
buffalo or oxen polish and make shiny; "buff the wooden floors"; "buff my shoes"
of the color of buff leather
an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block; used for polishing (as in manicuring) bare skin; "swimming in the buff"
See Buff, n
polish and make shiny; "buff the wooden floors"; "buff my shoes"
Firm; sturdy
Something that is buff is pale brown in colour. He took a largish buff envelope from his pocket
a person who is very interested in a particular subject
Slang for a very muscular, well-defined person
{i} skin of an ox; light yellow color; person who is very interested in or enthusiastic about a particular subject (i.e. history buff)
Made of buff leather
strike, beat repeatedly; "The wind buffeted him"
{f} color a pale yellow
buffer
Big Ugly Fat Fellow (or Fucker) The US Airforce nickname for the B-52 bomber
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
Another name for a bomber Polite form of the acronym is Big Ugly Fat Fellow
To strike
See Buffy coat, under Buffy, a
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
an ardent follower and admirer
{s} having a light yellow coloring; of or relating to a person who is very interested in or enthusiastic about a particular subject (i.e. history buff)
an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block; used for polishing (as in manicuring) bare skin; "swimming in the buff" a soft thick undyed leather from the skins of e
a moderate orange yellow; a light to moderate yellow A garment, as a uniform, made of buff leather
The bare skin; as, to strip to the buff
A beneficial spell that is cast on a unit, making it more powerful
buff the muffin
To masturbate

Oh, yeah, I’m fine, Lena. Just buffing the muffin. ”.

buff up
improve. "After the scandal, the politician tried to buff up his public image."
blind man's buff
A game where one person is blindfolded and tries to touch the other players
in the buff
While nude

The streaker ran in the buff across the playing field.

in the buff
Nude

She was in the buff on the beach.

blind man's buff
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
blind man's buff
(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
blindman's buff
A group game in which a blindfolded player tries to catch and identify another player ― called also blindman's bluff
to buff up
improve. "After the scandal, the politician tried to buff up his public image."
blind man's buff
{i} "catch me" (children's game)
blind man's buff
a children's game in which one player whose eyes are covered tries to catch the others
blindmans buff
A play in which one person is blindfolded, and tries to catch some one of the company and tell who it is
buffed
past of buff
buffed
Flexible polyurethane foam pieces that have been shaped or contoured by removal of foam using abrasives
buffed
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
buffing
(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"
buffing
The smoothing of a surface by means of a rotating flexible wheel to the surface of which fine, abrasive particles are applied in an liquid suspension, paste, or grease stick form
buffing
Smoothing a surface with a rotating flexible wheel, to the surface of which fine abrasive particles are applied in liquid suspension, paste, or grease-stick form
buffing
The process of providing a lustrous finish by means of power-operated soft fabric wheels coated with a wax compound containing fine, abrasive particles
buffing
present participle of buff
buffing
A mechanical process which removes scars and scratches from leather
buffing
Process of polishing a cured coating to improve release and low friction
buffing
A mechanical finishing operation in which fine abrasives are applied to a metal surface by rotating fabric wheels for the purpose of developing a lustrous finish
buffing
Polishing method employing soft cloth to carry very fine polishing compounds
buffing
The process of sanding leather to remove surface imperfections (see corrected grain pigmented leather) or produce suede or nubuck
buffing
operation carried out by means of suitable devices made of cloth or fiber, to remove dust particles from the items
buffing
grinding a surface to obtain dimensional conformance or surface uniformity
buffing
The process of providing a lusterous finish by means of a power operated soft fabric wheel coated with a wax compound containing fine abrasive particles (b) Getting in shape
buffing
– 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
buffing
After the car has been repaired and painted, the vehicle is then buffed/polished to remove any surface imperfections This procedure is usually included in the cost of painting the vehicle
buffing
A mechanical process for removing scars and scratches from hides
buffing
To give the inner glass surfaces of a liquid crystal cell a texture so as to align the liquid crystal molecules in a certain direction parallel to the surfaces
buffs
third-person singular of buff
movie buff
{i} movie enthusiast, cineast
buff
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