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buff

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