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Pronunciation of Buff: Learn how to pronounce Buff in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word buff:

noun
[mass noun]
1a yellowish-beige colour:
[as modifier]:
a buff envelope
2a stout dull yellow leather with a velvety surface.
3 [count noun] a stick, wheel, or pad used for polishing.
verb
[with object]
polish (something):
he buffed the glass until it gleamed
give (leather) a velvety finish by removing the surface of the grain.
adjective
North American informal
(of a person or their body) in good physical shape with well-developed muscles:
the driver was a buff blond named March
Phrases
in the buff
informal naked:
people generally don’t go swimming in the buff in public places
Origin:
mid 16th century: probably from French buffle, from Italian bufalo, from late Latin bufalus (see buffalo). The original sense in English was ‘buffalo’, later ‘oxhide’ or ‘colour of oxhide’