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Detailed Translations for fluff from English to German


to fluff verb (fluffs, fluffed, fluffing)

  1. to fluff (flake)

Conjugations for fluff:

  1. fluff
  2. fluff
  3. fluffs
  4. fluff
  5. fluff
  6. fluff
simple past
  1. fluffed
  2. fluffed
  3. fluffed
  4. fluffed
  5. fluffed
  6. fluffed
present perfect
  1. have fluffed
  2. have fluffed
  3. has fluffed
  4. have fluffed
  5. have fluffed
  6. have fluffed
past continuous
  1. was fluffing
  2. were fluffing
  3. was fluffing
  4. were fluffing
  5. were fluffing
  6. were fluffing
  1. shall fluff
  2. will fluff
  3. will fluff
  4. shall fluff
  5. will fluff
  6. will fluff
continuous present
  1. am fluffing
  2. are fluffing
  3. is fluffing
  4. are fluffing
  5. are fluffing
  6. are fluffing
  1. be fluffed
  2. be fluffed
  3. be fluffed
  4. be fluffed
  5. be fluffed
  6. be fluffed
  1. fluff!
  2. let's fluff!
  3. fluffed
  4. fluffing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

fluff [the ~] noun

  1. the fluff (plush)

Translation Matrix for fluff:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Flöckchen fluff; plush
- bagatelle; frippery; frivolity
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
fusseln flake; fluff
- ball up; blow; bodge; bollix; bollix up; bollocks; bollocks up; botch; botch up; bumble; bungle; flub; fumble; muck up; muff; ruffle; screw up; spoil; tease

Related Words for "fluff":

  • fluffing, fluffs

Synonyms for "fluff":

Related Definitions for "fluff":

  1. a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)1
  2. something of little value or significance1
  3. any light downy material1
  4. ruffle (one's hair) by combing the ends towards the scalp, for a full effect1
  5. erect or fluff up1
  6. make a mess of, destroy or ruin1

Wiktionary Translations for fluff:

  1. to make a mistake in one’s lines
  2. to make fluffy
  3. to become fluffy
  1. -
  2. light fur etc
  1. salopp abwertend: dummes Zeug
  2. lose Textilfasern, die sich aus einem Gewebe gelöst haben
  3. meist im Plural: Fädchen meist von Kleidern, wie Mänteln oder anderen Stücken, das aus Wolle oder ähnlichem Stoff besteht
  4. zarter Haarwuchs

Cross Translation:
fluff Daune; Flaum; Flaumfeder duvet — Sorte de plume courte, molle et frisée, qui pousser la premier sur le corps des oiseaux et est particulièrement fournie chez les cygnes et les oies.

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