bif, biff

n
British
1.
a cigarette. A vogue term among adolescents from the later 1990s, the derivation is given at bifta.
► Chas's just caned my biffs.
2.
an Internet user deemed to be embarrassing or unfortunate, in the patois of cyberpunks and net-heads. This categorisation is defined in Surfing on the Internet, by J. C. Hertz (1994), as 'the archetypal ultimate loser-cum-cyberpunk-wannabee stuck in the fantasy world of low-end equipment, limited soft-ware and all-caps mode'.
3.
the vagina

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • biff — /bɪf/ (say bif) Colloquial –noun 1. a blow; punch. 2. a fight. –verb (t) 3. to punch. –verb (i) 4. to fight. –phrase 5. biff and bang, rough behaviour, especially in football, involving pushing and hitting. 6. go the biff, to fight with the fists …   Australian English dictionary

  • biff — [ bıf ] verb transitive BRITISH INFORMAL to hit someone in a rough way with your FIST (=closed hand) ╾ biff noun count …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • biff — [bif] 1. tv. to hit someone. □ Tom biffed Fred on the snoot. □ Fred got biffed, and that really made him mad. 2. n. a blow. □ The biff on the nose gave Fred a nosebleed. □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • biff — ☆ biff [bif ] n. [prob. echoic] [Old Slang] a blow; strike; hit vt. [Old Slang] to strike; hit …   English World dictionary

  • biff — UK [bɪf] / US verb [transitive] Word forms biff : present tense I/you/we/they biff he/she/it biffs present participle biffing past tense biffed past participle biffed British informal to hit someone in a rough way with your fist (= closed hand)… …   English dictionary

  • biff — biff1 [bıf] v [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: Probably from the sound of hitting] 1.) [T] old fashioned informal to hit someone hard with your ↑fist = ↑thump ▪ He biffed me on the nose. 2.) [i]informal to fall or hit something when riding a bicycle, ↑ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • biff — biff1 /bif/, Slang. n. 1. a blow; punch. v.t. 2. to hit; punch. [1840 50, Amer.; perh. imit.] biff2 /bif/, n. biffy. * * * …   Universalium

  • biff — vb British to have sex (with). A rarer alternative form of boff, heard particularly among male adolescents since the early 1990s. The word can be used both transitively and intransitively. See bif …   Contemporary slang

  • biff — [[t]bɪf[/t]] Slang. 1) a blow; punch 2) to hit; punch • Etymology: 1840–50, amer.; perh. imit …   From formal English to slang

  • biffy — bif•fy [[t]ˈbɪf i[/t]] n. pl. fies. Chiefly Upper Midwest and Canadian Slang. brit. dial. a toilet or privy Also, biff. Etymology: orig. obscure …   From formal English to slang

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