English version

guff

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishguffguff /ɑʌf/ noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š informalUNTRUE remarks that are stupid and untrue syn nonsense πŸ”Š I don’t believe any of that guff!
Examples from the Corpus
guffβ€’ All this may seem nothing more than the embarrassing guff that goes with too much global summitry.β€’ The story veers toward folklore guff and is at times pretty incomprehensible.β€’ Even so, most other restaurant workers probably take more guff from customers, Dansky says.β€’ It was the same old guff.β€’ Nutty received the guff about the competition a few days before the date.β€’ I am constantly astonished by the way he is able to cut through the guff even in managerial and political issues.β€’ What is all this guff about sequencers?β€’ You're telling me all this guff and you haven't even read what I wrote.
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