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buff

noun [C]     /bʌf/ informal
a person who knows a lot about and is very interested in a particular subject 爱好者 a computer/opera/film buff 计算机/歌剧/电影爱好者 EnthusiastsAdmirersExperts and specialists
Translations of “buff”
in Vietnamese màu nâu sẫm…
in Spanish aficionado, -a, beige…
in Thai สีน้ำตาลอมเหลือง…
in Malaysian kuning pucat…
in French chamois…
in German lederfarben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 愛好者…
in Indonesian kuning kusam…
(Definition of buff noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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