naffing


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Related to naffing: get on, undeterred, the likes of

naff 1

 (năf)
adj. Chiefly British Slang
Unstylish, clichéd, or outmoded.

[Possibly of dialectal origin.]

naff′ness n.

naff 2

 (năf)
intr.v. naffed, naff·ing, naffs Chiefly British Slang
To fool around or go about: "naffing about in a tutu" (Suzanne Lowry).
Phrasal Verb:
naff off
Used in the imperative as a signal of angry dismissal.

[Origin unknown.]
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naffing

(ˈnæfɪŋ)
adj
used to emphasize that something is very poor or inferior
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naffing

adj (Brit inf) → verdammt (inf)
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