Definition of "biff" [biff]

  • To strike or punch. (verb-transitive)
  • A blow or punch. (noun)
  • Upper Midwest Variant of biffy. (noun)
  • A blow with the fist (noun)

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  • A blow to the palm of the hand with a strap or cane as a punishment (noun)
  • To give (someone) such a blow (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "biff" in a sentence
  • ""The next instant, before she could prance away again, the _other_ end of that slim, black tip swung out of the branch and whipped itself round and round her body, and a black head, with sharp fangs in it, hit her _biff, biff, biff_! on the nose."
  • "Now, like biff is proclaiming, I don’t have any homophobic tendencies."
  • "I guess we have a new cvillenesian, folks! biff is creating what seems to be "forums within forums"."