Translation of niff in Spanish:

niff

tufo, n.

Pronunciation /nɪf/

noun

British
informal

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    tufo masculine informal
    mal olor masculine
    • Top Tip: a few drops of tea tree oil in the bottom prevents nasty niffs.
    • The nasty niff was so bad that a stewardess asked her to put them back on.
    • Councillors are calling on the Government to get involved in ending a nasty niff pervading Castle Point.
    • Council environment chiefs have launched an investigation into the source of the nasty niff.
    • After several weeks I started to notice a nasty niff on my clothes and realised the cream was to blame.

intransitive verb

British
informal

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    apestar
    • Instead of niffing of pongy feet, the new hi-tech trainers could smell of lemons or even wild flowers.
    • Note, this part after the niffing has not been documented by any of the expert folks as yet for us newbies.