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puff

verb [T]
 
 
/pʌf/ MARKETING
to praise or advertise a product in order to increase sales: He was at the festival to puff his new movie.
Translations of “puff”
in Arabic يَلْهَث…
in Korean 숨을 헉헉 거리다…
in Malaysian tercungap-cungap…
in French haleter…
in Turkish solumak, soluk soluğa kalmak, nefesi kesilmek…
in Italian ansimare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 呼吸, 喘氣…
in Russian пыхтеть, дымить…
in Polish sapać, dyszeć, kurzyć…
in Vietnamese thở hổn hển…
in Spanish jadear…
in Portuguese ofegar…
in Thai สูดหายใจ…
in German schnaufen…
in Catalan panteixar, esbufegar…
in Japanese 息を切らす, あえぐ…
in Indonesian terengah-engah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 呼吸, 喘气…
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