Definition of nuffin in English:

nuffin

Line breaks: nuf¦fin
Pronunciation: /ˈnʌfɪn
 
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(also nuffink /ˈnʌfɪŋk/)

pronoun , adjective , & adverb

Non-standard spelling of nothing, representing informal speech. ‘There was nuffin in it,’ Carrie retorted
More example sentences
  • I am dog tired of the damnable persona, the expectations, the limitations, the repetition, the pop-up chorus line (sorry, nuffink personal like,), the dead weight of accumulated history.
  • But this was nuffink, said the operative, if he diddn't ‘av no card.
  • No one is going to believe me on this, but I tell you it is uncanny how often I spontaneously go to link to someone, no checking of referrer logs or nuffink, and find the someone has linked to me.

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