Hay 2 definiciones de naff en inglés:

naff1

Saltos de línea: naff

verbo

[no object] (usually in imperative naff off) British informal
1Go away: she told press photographers to naff off
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Finally after two weeks of snottyness, the cold appears to have admitted defeat and naffed off back into the ether.
  • So I'll naff off, and look like I'm doing something at work for once.
  • But I'm sure I'll bung some things on tomorrow before I naff off.
1.1 (as adjective naffing) Used to emphasize annoyance: more naffing guidelines!

Origen

1950s: euphemism for fuck; compare with eff.

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adjective
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Hay 2 definiciones de naff en inglés:

naff2

Saltos de línea: naff

adjetivo

British informal
Lacking taste or style: he always went for the most obvious melody he could get, no matter how naff it sounded
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This may sound naff, but I hold it to my heart and tell her I love her.
  • Some of them sound okay, some sound naff, but they're mine and I stand by them.
  • However, while this sounds like a naff publicity seeking idea, we really rather like it.

Origen

1960s: perhaps from Polari.

Derivativos

naffness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I don't have a single clue why I bothered, because the mere concept is depressing - this is the kind of hopeless naffness you get sucked into when you don't have a life.
  • I don't think they were serious but it does show you the level of naffness and the extent to which criticism can bite.
  • In mighty bright white, with black details down the sides, it's understated, easy to get dirty but still nice and without a hint of naffness.

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