English translation of 'bufar'
1. to puff, pant
2. (com raiva) to snort
3. (reclamar) to moan, grumble
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'bufar' in Other Languages
British English: gripe VERB
If you say that someone is griping, you mean they are annoying you because they keep on complaining about something.
Why are footballers griping when they earn huge amounts of money?
British English: huff VERB
If you huff, you indicate that you are annoyed or offended about something, usually by the way that you say something.
This,' huffed Mr Buthelezi, 'was discrimination.'
British English: snort VERB
When people or animals snort, they breathe air noisily out through their noses. People sometimes snort in order to express disapproval or amusement.
He snorted with laughter.
Translation of bufar from the Collins Portuguese to English