Hay 2 traducciones principales de muff en Español

: muff1muff2

muff1

manguito, n.

nombre

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    Indumentaria
    manguito masculino
    • The traffic in eggs and the demand for breast feathers for ladies' muffs and headgear reduced the bird's numbers to a low ebb.
    • The three male passengers, one older and two young, wore long coats while the young woman wore a bright red fur-lined mantle, sable hat, and muff.
    • Her bony hands were kept in a brown fur muff that completely matched her jacket.
    • For example, muffs of fox were carried ostentatiously by followers of Charles James Fox.
    • In the morning of the next day, a girl in a pretty blue winter dress with a fur muff on her hands, came up the garden paths, smiling in pleasure.
    • Through Salt Lake City and Middle America womenswear is urban grunge: purple muffs, denim waistcoats, spearmint leather blousons and animals on mohair jumpers.
    • With her fingers inside the thumbless muffs, she couldn't work the snaps, and that was so frustrating!
    • Camille took a dark tweed coat with matching muff and tam from the wardrobe.
    • If Gweneviere's hands were cold, she would simply snuggle them into her mink muff.
    • When they got back they hung up their coats, hats and muffs and went to the dining room for luncheon.
    • She looked oddly out of place standing before the uniformed soldiers, attired in quilted jacked and layered winter dress, wearing a fur hat, both hands thrust inside her fur muff.
    • Spent the day writing and the afternoon standing in my overgrown back garden wearing a frilly white skirt and having shots taken of my muff to illustrate a piece about pubes in the first issue of Scarlet.
    • ‘Some winter blankets and muffs for the children,’ she said.
    • An alternative to gloves, one that served me extremely well through 14 years of guiding waterfowl hunts, was a hand-warming muff worn around the waist.
    • The women gaily waved their large muffs in reply.
  • 2EEUU malsonante

    (female pubic hair)
    mata femenino coloquial
    vello púbico masculino
    (de la mujer) vello pubiano masculino
    champa femenino Chile vulgar slang

Hay 2 traducciones principales de muff en Español

: muff1muff2

muff2

errar, v.

Pronunciación /mʌf//məf/

verbo transitivo

coloquial

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    (shot) errar
    (chance) desperdiciar
    she muffed the catch no pudo atajar la pelota
    • he muffed his lines se equivocó al hablar
    • Unless I muffed some really basic addition and subtraction it is clear that excluding the Falluja cluster undermines the statements in the Summary, as I said above.
    • Would he stick to inane celebrity banter and cruise through it or would he do a wannabe Jann Wenner or Michael Parkinson job and completely muff it?
    • And then the guitar proceeds to hammer out the first lick and muffs one of the critical notes: duh-duh-da-da-doink.
    • Reporters who cover the military without understanding it don't just muff a few basic facts about what kind of soldier carries what kind of gun, or which service does what.
    • And then I muff a change and we're both choking down the smell of clutch.
    • Dr Brash has had his opportunity to speak today and he muffed it.
    • A 50 break with four colours left put Hunter on the verge of victory but he muffed his chance.
    • In general, Dobbin said, if the President completely mangles a sentence it should be noted in the story, but ‘if he's simply muffing the syntax it seems OK to correct it so as not to torture the reader.’
    • It would be overkill to repeat how badly the board muffed the Brown Act in 2001.
    • I cannot think of a film project more deserving than Lord of the Rings, even if they did muff crucial sections of Tolkien's text.
    • One question had been put to the stutterer who, predictably, had muffed it badly.
    • He was off-colour during England's opening match against France, which his country lost in the dying seconds of the 93-minute thriller after skipper David Beckham muffed a penalty.
    • As the leader of a party he muffed his own speech today.
    • The Indian defence also looked off-colour and they were lucky not to concede goals as the Pakistani forwards muffed the chances that came their way.
    • If the Liberal Democrats do not make some handsome gains on Thursday, the party is going to have to ask itself whether that opportunity was muffed.
    • It's the first time the Yanks have adapted a British show and not completely muffed it.
    • The U.S. muffed that opportunity to nip this kind of behavior, so destructive of the global marketplace, in the bud.
    • Rushing to make opening day, they muffed a few choices of venues.
    • In several quick sentences, Henninger, who claims to have grown up on rock music, muffs several simple historical facts about rock 'n' roll.