Definition of daft in English:

daft

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Pronunciation: /dɑːft
 
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adjective

British informal

Derivatives

daftness

noun
More example sentences
  • In more recent years, Sarti's has become an excellent location for late-night daftness over a couple of bottles of Barolo.
  • Dark, menacing and overblown to the point of daftness, it's just like the real Wuthering Heights.
  • And delirious daftness without rhyme or reason is just plain boring and at the core of this film.

Origin

Old English gedæfte 'mild, meek', of Germanic origin; related to Gothic gabadan 'become or be fitting'.

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