Translation of pouf in Spanish:

pouf

puf, n.

(pouffe)

Pronunciation: /puːf//puf/

noun

  • 1British

    (seat)
    puf masculine
    • In further visits to the store trading standards officers found a second dangerous type of folding chair and a pouffe and throw which did not have the required labelling and fire safety information.
    • An aperture in the back wall is incised in the form of an unmoulded stilted arch; there is one low table round which diners slump on leather pouffes; the other tables are covered in cloths of thick striped material.
    • It is now the premier arena in the South East for leather sofas, suites, armchairs, recliners and the new vogue - suede and leather cube poufs.
    • One wonders what bad experiences the sensitive prince has had with unsympathetic sofas or aggressive pouffes.
    • Ten minutes later I was sitting on a comfy pouffe in his garage listening to his contagious blend of pop, rock and punk songs telling of break-ups, ex-girlfriends and other adolescent troubles.
    • We are sourcing material for a pair of pouffes back in Nottingham.
    • A sunken lounge features Moroccan cushions and pouffes, while a dining alcove is covered in rich velvet drapes in red, orange and ochre.
    • In one canvas palace, beautiful people loafed around on pouffes, while those outside had to make do with slightly damp grass.
    • He would stand on a pouffe in our living room and conduct the orchestra with one of his mother's knitting needles.
    • They have rubbishy foam sofas and the odd ironic beanbag, or leather pouffe.
    • And the pouffe and the columns are all characteristics of the empire style.
    • The room was nicely furnished with two long couches and then a couple poufs.
    • Startled, they all plopped themselves into chairs or pouffes.
  • 2

    poof