- 1 u 1.1buff (leather) gamuza (f) 1.2 (color) beige (m)More example sentences1.3 (bare skin) in the buff [colloq & hum] en cueros [fam & hum]
- Body fur may be black, brown, grey, buff, red, white or multi-coloured, with many varieties of face markings.
- The whole room is a zebra pelt of black and white and that colour that has been the fashion staple for so long they've invented a dozen names for it - taupe, camel, fawn, buff.
- In the raffle, if they call out ticket 315, chances are I'll have it, but in buff when they want blue.
- 2 c (enthusiast) [colloquial/familiar] aficionado, -da (m,f) movie o film buff cinéfilo, -la (m,f) a jazz buff un aficionado al jazzMore example sentences
- If you're a film score buff or someone interested in good 20th century music, this CD issue won't disappoint.
- It's the perfect partner for workout enthusiasts and exercise buffs!
- For example, offering a net-based service costs very little and the expertise is often found among young computer buffs.
- 3 c (pad) gamuza (f)More example sentences
- Further, electrolytic polishing in a phosphoric acid solution or polishing with a buff can be conducted instead of the chemical polishing.
- The method of manufacturing a resin filled board according to claim 3, wherein said surfaces of said conductive layer are mechanically polished using a buff.
buff (up)[metal] pulir; [floor/shoes] sacar* brillo aMore example sentences
- This surface is then buffed and polished with ever finer materials, like lambs wool, until the characteristic lustre is achieved.
- When placed against the hot glass, the pad steams and smokes, forming a layer of carbon that helps to buff the glass.
- The makeup artist has smoothed and buffed the skin of his face, highlighting the wide planes of his cheekbones.