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duff up (British)
verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object

Translation of duff up British in Spanish:

  • [colloquial]
    darle una paliza a
    Example sentences
    • Last time we met, I kept thumping her on the leg as a way demonstrating my affection and she duffed me up.
    • What was he going to do, duff me up on the street in front of dozens of people?
    • He insists on sitting on the mat where the door might slam on him, and on challenging the same old bruiser of a female four doors down, who duffs him up every time, leaving him cut and scabby.
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