French translation of 'fluff'
1. (= feathers) duvet m
2. (= wool) peluche f
1. [hair, feathers] ébouriffer
2. (informal) (= mess up) rater
Phrasal verbsfluff up
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Example Sentences Including 'fluff'
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My mum would find me under the table talking to two bits of fluff - I had a vivid imagination.The Sun (2015)
Perhaps you fluffed your lines or found your mind going blank?Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Remove from heat, fluff with a fork and leave uncovered.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Remove the pan from the heat and use a fork to fluff the rice.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Switch off the heat, fluff up the rice with a fork and then season to taste with some sea salt.The Sun (2016)
Thankfully, nobody fluffed their lines.The Sun (2016)
They look like obese pears and are covered with a grey fluff that suggests that they grow inside vacuum cleaners.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Turn the heat off, fluff with a fork and leave until cooled.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Your average bit of pop fluff this is not.The Sun (2012)
A drop under penalty and a fluffed pitch completed the damage.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But the supporting cast fluffed their lines.The Sun (2012)
He could have scored at least three times but fluffed his lines.The Sun (2014)
He fluffed a hat-trick of chances inside 19 minutes.The Sun (2016)
He fluffed his lines when handed the best chance of the game in the final minutes.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
He missed his opening target but recovered well and fluffed only two more on his way to a memorable win.The Sun (2010)
I used to play the trumpet and totally fluffed the first line.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The Welshman fluffed his lines with five minutes to go when he was clean through.The Sun (2012)
The series may be one apiece, but the suspicion is that India have fluffed their chance of winning.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Today he fluffed the first three fences.The Sun (2013)
Only so much fluff and fold domesticity anyone can do.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Pour this over the hot rice and fluff it up with a fork.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Remove the pan from the heat, uncover and fluff up the rice with a fork.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The immune system of an allergic person sees the harmless dog hair or rabbit fluff as a dangerous invader.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
These footballs of grey fluff have about a dozen weeks to become long-distance flying machines.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He fluffed two sitters in the early exchanges, and that is where it helps having Williams.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
We hear so much fluff and stuff.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: fluff NOUN
Fluff consists of soft threads or fibres in the form of small, light balls or lumps.
... peculiar gadgets for picking up fluff from carpets.
British English: fluff VERB
If you fluff something that you are trying to do, you are unsuccessful or you do it badly.
She fluffed her interview at the university.
Translation of fluff from the Collins English to French Dictionary