Translation of huff in Spanish:


Pronunciation /həf//hʌf/


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    to be in a huff estar enfurruñado
    • to get in / go into a huff enfurruñarse
    • to take the huff enfadarse
    • Megan entered the Literature room in a huff, her temper flared and her eyes revealing her state of mind.
    • They went off in a huff, waving their arms, calling me names.
    • Farrell sticks around, while Renner storms off in a huff.
    • Chrysler had no option but to march off in a huff.
    • He told me to find out how many Scottish hacks would be flying to Austria to cover his oration and went off in a huff when I reported back that no one had expressed the slightest interest in the event.
    • After resigning in a huff, and making statements like he would not reconsider his decision, it seemed like he was burning his bridges, taking a bold step, breaking a path.
    • A couple of people left in a huff, but most of us just stared in amazement.
    • The young Liverpool defender went off in a huff last weekend, complaining he had not been given the first team opportunities he expected when he joined Wanderers on loan on transfer deadline day.
    • Rather than storm off in a huff, Hal arranged this co-headlining tour, providing a chance to see two bands that won't be playing in small venues for long.
    • I'd like to ask Mr. Napper for his rationale in this behavior but somehow I think he wouldn't be able to explain it and would probably stomp off in a huff when asked.
    • In a huff of elegant but direct fury, Lorraine shot me another of her icy glares - one that so clearly conveyed Death - and stormed back into the house.
    • In the above example of the jealous spouse, the husband reacted to the feeling of jealousy by announcing his displeasure to his wife and leaving in a huff.
    • It was all over in seconds, and it turned out this bloke had argued with his girlfriend, and had gone driving off in a huff, stopping in our little lane to consider what he was going to do next.
    • The foreign owner of a factory, farm, forest or beach-house can go off in a huff, but the physical entity remains.
    • You don't storm off in a huff because you think you are more important than those who came to listen to you.
    • Indeed, I wouldn't be altogether surprised if they did hire a few folks to storm off in a huff, and the rest followed of their own accord.
    • When the hotel you've checked into takes a photocopy of your driver's license, you can storm out in a huff, but that's not a sustainable way of behaving, especially when they all start doing it.
    • For Glasgow, the forwards matched their opponents for much of the time and winger Jon Steel proved that he hasn't spent the summer in a huff after missing the Canada tour.
    • After a few more months of things escalating, Chris couldn't take it anymore, and she moved out one day in a huff.
    • He explained about the doctor's appointment, his admittedly childish reaction and my mom leaving the house in a huff.

intransitive verb

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    to huff and puff (wheeze, pant) jadear
    • ‘I don't think your friend likes me,’ Dale huffed appearing a few seconds later.
    • A light smile appeared on his lips as her face reddened and she huffed in annoyance.
    • ‘Thanks, I'm glad you think so highly of me,’ Adele huffed getting to her feet with her mug of tea.
    • A hand was waved in front of my eye, alternately shading it and exposing it to candlelight until the doctor huffed and stepped away.
    • And Megan roared with laughter while Krissy huffed out of annoyance.
    • The artist nearly huffed his way out of the offices of the fledgling humor magazine.
    • She huffed in a slight sulk, she knew he was bothered by Karen's antics from earlier in the day, but he seemed to be cool about it.
    • Pursing her lips in annoyance again, she huffed.
    • Cat huffed in annoyance, but continued to drag him along behind the maître de, who was unwittingly leading them both in the jaws of death.
    • ‘I don't want to know the evidence,’ he huffed last week when asked about the possibility of Neville being the real wizard of the word.
    • Aeslyn huffed in annoyance, but halted to let Adelaide catch up, nevertheless.
    • ‘Fine,’ He huffed brushing his shaggy black hair out of his eyes.
    • Tensing, his annoyance growing, Ikeda huffed at her statement in disagreement, beginning to feel incensed at the offense to his partner.
    • She inwardly huffed, knowing that this would go on forever until she stepped in to give the reluctant man a push.
    • Her escape unsuccessful Mary huffed with annoyance.
    • I felt him staring at me as he huffed his displeasure.
    • ‘For your information this little rat insulted me’ Debbie huffed sticking her chin up snobbily.
    • She huffs in annoyance and I can't help but feel a bit satisfied at having irritated her.
    • James waited until she finished huffing before he deemed it necessary to respond.
    • Ministers huffed last week that they had no intention of developing Orwellian surveillance.