Definition of biffo in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈbɪfəʊ/

Entry from British & World English dictionary


[mass noun] Australian informal
Physical or verbal conflict: he got a red card for a bit of biffo in the box with the keeper
More example sentences
  • The NZ Herald reported a court case over a spot of biffo in Gisborne.
  • I think the only way they will beat the Wallabies is to put the biffo on (Australian for get stuck in).
  • To make matters worse, an alien monster has bobbed up in Hong Kong harbour keen for a bit of biffo.

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