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puff

 (pŭf)
n.
1.
a. A short forceful exhalation of breath.
b. A short sudden gust of wind.
c. A brief sudden emission of air, vapor, or smoke.
d. A short sibilant sound produced by a puff.
2. An amount of vapor, smoke, or similar material released in a puff.
3. An act of drawing in and expelling the breath, as in smoking tobacco.
4. A swelling or rounded protuberance.
5. Puff pastry.
6. A light soft pad for applying powder or lotion.
7. A gathered, protruding portion of fabric.
8. A light padded bed covering.
9.
a. An approving or flattering recommendation.
b. A piece of writing, as on the jacket of a book, containing often exaggerated praise, used for promotional purposes.
10. Genetics A localized region of swelling in certain chromosomes indicating the active synthesis of RNA.
v. puffed, puff·ing, puffs
v.intr.
1. To blow in puffs.
2. To come forth in puffs: steam puffing from an engine.
3. To breathe forcefully and rapidly: huffed and puffed up the stairs.
4. To emit puffs.
5. To take puffs on smoking material: puffing on a cigar.
6. To swell or seem to swell, as with pride or air. Often used with up: He puffed up and glared at the importuning questioner.
v.tr.
1. To emit or give forth in puffs.
2. To impel with puffs.
3. To smoke (a cigar, for example).
4. To inflate or distend: The wind puffed out the sail.
5. To fill with pride or conceit: The compliment puffed up his ego.
6. To publicize with often exaggerated praise: publishers who puff their new books.

[From Middle English puffen, to puff, from Old English pyffan, perhaps of imitative origin.]

puff′i·ly adv.
puff′i·ness n.
puff′y adj.

puffed

(pʌft)
adj
1. (of a part of the body) swollen because of an injury or illness
2. informal breathing with difficulty after exertion
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.puffed - gathered for protruding fullness; "puff sleeves"
fancy - not plain; decorative or ornamented; "fancy handwriting"; "fancy clothes"

puffed

adjective out of breath, winded, exhausted, spent, done in (informal), panting, gasping, wiped out (informal), breathless, short of breath, out of whack (informal), shagged out (Brit. taboo slang) Do you get puffed easily when you go up stairs?
Translations
مَقْطوع النَّفَس
udýchaný
forpustet
kifulladt
móîur og másandi
soluk soluğa kalmış

puffed

[pʌft] ADJ
1. (also puffed up) [eye] → hinchado
his face was all puffed (up)tenía la cara hinchada
to be puffed up with pride (fig) → hincharse de orgullo
2. I'm puffed (out) (= out of breath) → me quedé sin aliento

puffed

[ˈpʌft] adj (= out of breath) → à bout de souffle

puffed

adj (inf)außer Puste (inf)

puffed

[ˈpʌft] adj (fam) (out of breath) I'm puffed (out)sono senza fiato

puff

(paf) noun
1. a small blast of air, wind etc; a gust. A puff of wind moved the branches.
2. any of various kinds of soft, round, light or hollow objects. a powder puff; (also adjective) puff sleeves.
verb
1. to blow in small blasts. Stop puffing cigarette smoke into my face!; He puffed at his pipe.
2. to breathe quickly, after running etc. He was puffing as he climbed the stairs.
puffed adjective
short of breath; breathing quickly. I'm puffed after running so fast!
ˈpuffy adjective
swollen, especially unhealthily. a puffy face/ankle.
puff pastry
a light, flaky type of pastry.
puff out
to cause to swell or expand. The bird puffed out its feathers; He puffed out his cheeks.
puff up
to swell. Her eye (was all) puffed up after the wasp stung her.