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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbuffbuff1 /bʌf/ noun  1 wine/film/opera etc buff2 [uncountable]CC a pale yellow-brown colour syn beige3 in the buff
Examples from the Corpus
buffThere is little to fight over except narrow policy niceties that interest only foreign affairs buffs and bore most voters.I don't just mean football supporters, or race-goers, or athletics buffs.The market for magazines for computer buffs is growing all the time.Computer buffs have a different phrase for it: garbage in, garbage out.Conspiracy buffs are having a field day speculating about White House motives."How many films did Hitchcock make?" "Ask Paul, -- he's a great film buff."Describing himself as a history buff, Acosta offers his Web site primarily as a catalyst for further discussion.Immature similar, but with whole upperparts mottled buff.Alas, even the most well-meaning opera buffs have an unfortunate habit of making their favorite indoor sport sound impossibly complicated.