Definition of biff in English:
Strike (someone) roughly or sharply with the fist: he biffed me on the nose
More example sentences
- But I don't go around biffing people, certainly not.
- Then I thought, it's either him or me, so I biffed him in the face three times.
- ‘It's just as well he went because if I had got hold of him I would have biffed him over the head with a saucepan or something similar,’ he said.
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A sharp blow with the fist.
- Even without an accident, standing passengers who lose their balance can and do unintentionally inflict pain on others with a biff from an elbow, a blow from a briefcase and the crushing of toes from staggering feet.
- A first biff blocked, he was undaunted as the rebound sat up for him to send a screamer into the top corner.
- The next moment he felt an extreme biff on his right upper-leg and the cold iron of a horseshoe pressed deep and hard in his flesh.
mid 19th century (originally US): symbolic of a short sharp movement.
Definition of biff in:
- US English dictionary
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