miffy


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mif·fy

 (mĭf′ē)
adj. mif·fi·er, mif·fi·est Informal
1. Easily offended; oversensitive.
2. Difficult to cultivate. Used of plants.

mif′fi·ness n.

miffy

(ˈmɪfɪ)
adj, -fier or -fiest
informal easily upset; oversensitive
ˈmiffily adv
ˈmiffiness n
Translations

miffy

adj (+er) (inf: = easily annoyed) → leicht beleidigt, mimosenhaft; plantempfindlich
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