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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
buff• There 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.