puffed out

  • 1 puffed out — 1. Quite out of breath 2. Inflated, distended, expanded • • • Main Entry: ↑puff * * * puffed out variant UK US Main entry: puffed * * * puffed [ …

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  • 2 puffed out — puffed UK [pʌft] / US or puffed out UK / US adjective breathing very quickly because you have been running, jumping etc …

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  • 3 puffed out — adjective a) Panting because of having exercised. He had his cheeks puffed out as if his mouth was full of water. b) inflated Syn: pooped, puffed …

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  • 4 puffed out — Brit. out of breath. → puffed …

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  • 5 puffed out with — filled with pride …

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  • 6 puffed — UK [pʌft] / US or puffed out UK / US adjective breathing very quickly because you have been running, jumping etc …

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  • 7 puffed — [[t]pʌ̱ft[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ If a part of your body is puffed or puffed up, it is swollen because of an injury or because you are unwell. His face was a little puffed... His mouth was all puffed up where he had taken a rifle butt. Syn …

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  • 8 puffed — adjective 1》 (also puffed out) Brit. out of breath. 2》 (also puffed up) swollen.     ↘(of part of a garment) gathered so as to have a rounded shape …

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  • 9 Puffed — out of breath …

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  • 10 puffed — Australian Slang out of breath …

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  • 11 puffed — /pʌft / (say puft) adjective 1. (of a sleeve, etc.) gathered at the end and left full in the middle. 2. Colloquial out of breath …

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  • 12 puff out — verb to swell or cause to enlarge, Her faced puffed up from the drugs (Freq. 1) puffed out chests • Syn: ↑puff, ↑puff up, ↑blow up • Derivationally related forms: ↑puffer (for: ↑ …

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  • 13 puff out — phrasal verb Word forms puff out : present tense I/you/we/they puff out he/she/it puffs out present participle puffing out past tense puffed out past participle puffed out 1) [intransitive/transitive] if air or smoke puffs out, or if you puff it… …

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  • 14 puff out — verb a) To inflate He puffed out his cheeks. b) To blow briefly and lightly. He puffed out a perfect smoke ring …

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  • 15 puff out — PHRASAL VERB If you puff out your cheeks, you make them larger and rounder by filling them with air. → See also puff 2) [V P n (not pron)] He puffed out his fat cheeks and let out a lungful of steamy breath. [Also V n P] …

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  • 16 puff something out — ˌpuff sthˈout derived to make sth bigger and rounder, especially by filling it with air • She puffed out her cheeks. Main entry: ↑puffderived …

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  • 17 cracked out — adj Out of touch. Francis puffed a little too much and is totallycracked out. 1980s …

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  • 18 puff — [[t]pʌ̱f[/t]] puffs, puffing, puffed 1) VERB If someone puffs at a cigarette, cigar, or pipe, they smoke it. [V at/on n] He lit a cigar and puffed at it twice... [V at/on n] He nodded and puffed on a stubby pipe as he listened. [Also V n, V] …

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  • 19 puff — n. & v. n. 1 a a short quick blast of breath or wind. b the sound of this; a similar sound. c a small quantity of vapour, smoke, etc., emitted in one blast (went up in a puff of smoke). 2 a cake etc. containing jam, cream, etc., and made of light …

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  • 20 puff — puff1 [pʌf] v [: Old English; Origin: pyffan, from the sound] 1.) to breathe quickly and with difficulty after the effort of running, carrying something heavy etc ▪ George puffed and panted and he tried to keep up. puff along/up etc ▪ An old man… …

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