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huff

noun [C] uk   us   /hʌf/ informal
an angry and offended mood: Ted's gone into one of his huffs again.in a huff angry and offended: She's in a real huff because I forgot her birthday. Julia criticized some aspect of his work and he left/went off in a huff.

huff

verb [I] uk   us   /hʌf/
to say something in an annoyed or offended way: "Well if that's how you feel, I'll go," she huffed.
Translations of “huff”
in Vietnamese cơn giận dữ…
in Spanish enojado…
in Thai เงียบไปเพราะโกรธหรือไม่พอใจ…
in Malaysian mendiamkan diri kerana marah…
in French froissé…
in German der Ärger…
in Chinese (Traditional) 怒氣, 惱怒…
in Indonesian terdiam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 怒气, 恼怒…
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