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fluff·y

 (flŭf′ē)
adj. fluff·i·er, fluff·i·est
1.
a. Of, relating to, or resembling fluff.
b. Covered with fluff.
2. Light and airy; soft: fluffy curls; a fluffy soufflé.
3.
a. Light or frivolous: a fluffy musical comedy.
b. Lacking depth or precision; fuzzy: hazy, fluffy thinking that only confused the matter.

fluff′i·ly adv.
fluff′i·ness n.

fluffy

(ˈflʌfɪ)
adj, fluffier or fluffiest
1. of, resembling, or covered with fluff
2. soft and light: fluffy hair.
3.
a. sentimental or overromantic; not very intelligent
b. characterized by nonviolent methods: fluffy environmentalist protestors.
ˈfluffily adv
ˈfluffiness n

fluff•y

(ˈflʌf i)

adj. fluff•i•er, fluff•i•est.
1. of, resembling, or covered with fluff.
2. light or airy: a fluffy cake.
3. superficial or frivolous.
[1815–25]
fluff′i•ly, adv.
fluff′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fluffy - like down or as soft as down
soft - yielding readily to pressure or weight

fluffy

adjective soft, fuzzy, feathery, downy, fleecy, flossy It's a very fluffy kind of wool.
Translations
زَغَبي، صوفيعِجِّه مَنْفوشه
heboučkýkyprýnadýchaný
bløddunetluftig
pihés
dúnmjúkurmjúkur og loftkenndur; léttur
yumuşak tüylüyumuşak ve kabarık

fluffy

[ˈflʌfɪ] ADJ (fluffier (compar) (fluffiest (superl))) [toy] → de peluche; [material] → mullido; [bird] → plumoso; [surface] → lleno de pelusa

fluffy

[ˈflʌfi] adj
(= soft) [towel, wool] → doux(douce), pelucheux/euse fluffy toy
(= air-filled) [mixture] → mousseux/eusefluffy toy njouet m en peluche

fluffy

adj (+er)
(= soft) wool, slippers, sweater, towelflauschig; hairlocker; kitten, rabbitflaumweich; a large fluffy dogein großer, wolliger Hund; fluffy white cloudsweiße Schäfchenwolken; fluffy animal or toy (= soft toy)Kuscheltier nt
(= light) omelette, rice, mashed potatoeslocker; egg, cake mixtureschaumig; whip the eggs until fluffydie Eier schaumig schlagen

fluffy

[ˈflʌfɪ] adj (toy) → di peluche; (kitten, chick) → coperto/a di lanugine; (pullover) → morbido/a e peloso/a

fluff

(flaf) noun
small pieces of soft, wool-like material from blankets etc. My coat is covered with fluff.
verb
1. (often with out or up) to make full and soft like fluff. The bird fluffed out its feathers; Fluff up the pillows and make the invalid more comfortable.
2. to make a mistake in doing (something). The actress fluffed her lines; The golfer fluffed his stroke.
ˈfluffy adjective
1. soft and woolly. a fluffy kitten.
2. soft, light and full of air. She cooked a fluffy omelette.
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