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Buff vs. Expert

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Buffnoun

Undyed leather from the skin of buffalo or similar animals.

Expertadjective

Extraordinarily capable or knowledgeable.

‘I am expert at making a simple situation complex.’; ‘My cousin is an expert pianist.’;

Buffnoun

A tool, often one covered with buff leather, used for polishing.

Expertadjective

Characteristic of an expert.

‘This problem requires expert knowledge.’;

Buffnoun

A brownish yellow colour.

Expertnoun

A person with extensive knowledge or ability in a given subject.

‘We called in several experts on the subject, but they couldn't reach an agreement.’;

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Buffnoun

A military coat made of buff leather.

Expertnoun

(chess) A player ranking just below master.

Buffnoun

(informal) A person who is very interested in a particular subject; an enthusiast.

‘He’s a real history buff. He knows everything there is to know about the civil war.’;

Expertadjective

Taught by use, practice, or experience, experienced; having facility of operation or performance from practice; knowing and ready from much practice; clever; skillful; as, an expert surgeon; expert in chess or archery.

‘A valiant and most expert gentleman.’; ‘What practice, howsoe'er expertIn fitting aptest words to things . . . Hath power to give thee as thou wert?’;

Buffnoun

An effect that makes a character or item stronger.

‘I just picked up an epic damage buff! Let's go gank the other team!’;

Expertnoun

An expert or experienced person; one instructed by experience; one who has skill, experience, or extensive knowledge in his calling or in any special branch of learning.

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Buffnoun

(rail transport) Compressive coupler force that occurs during a slack bunched condition.

Expertnoun

A specialist in a particular profession or department of science requiring for its mastery peculiar culture and erudition.

Buffnoun

The bare skin.

‘to strip to the buff’;

Expertnoun

A sworn appraiser.

Buffnoun

The greyish viscid substance constituting the buffy coat.

Expertverb

To experience.

‘Die would we daily, once it to expert.’;

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Buffnoun

A substance used to dilute (street) drugs in order to increase profits.

Expertnoun

a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully

Buffnoun

(obsolete) A buffet; a blow.

Expertadjective

having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude;

‘adept in handicrafts’; ‘an adept juggler’; ‘an expert job’; ‘a good mechanic’; ‘a practiced marksman’; ‘a proficient engineer’; ‘a lesser-known but no less skillful composer’; ‘the effect was achieved by skillful retouching’;

Buffnoun

(informal) A buffalo, or the meat of a buffalo.

Expert

An expert is somebody who has a broad and deep competence in terms of knowledge, skill and experience through practice and education in a particular field. Informally, an expert is someone widely recognized as a reliable source of technique or skill whose faculty for judging or deciding rightly, justly, or wisely is accorded authority and status by peers or the public in a specific well-distinguished domain.

Buffadjective

Of the color of buff leather, a brownish yellow.

Buffadjective

(bodybuilding) Unusually muscular. (also buffed or buffed out)

‘The bouncer was a big, buff dude with tattoos, a shaved head, and a serious scowl.’;

Buffadjective

(slang) Physically attractive.

Buffverb

To polish and make shiny by rubbing.

‘He was already buffing the car's hubs.’;

Buffverb

To make a character or an item stronger.

‘The enchanter buffed the paladin to prepare him to fight the dragon.’; ‘I noticed that the pistols were buffed in the update.’;

Buffverb

(medical slang) To modify a medical chart, especially in a dishonest manner.

Buffverb

To strike.

Buffnoun

A sort of leather, prepared from the skin of the buffalo, dressed with oil, like chamois; also, the skins of oxen, elks, and other animals, dressed in like manner.

Buffnoun

The color of buff; a light yellow, shading toward pink, gray, or brown.

‘A visage rough,Deformed, unfeatured, and a skin of buff.’;

Buffnoun

A military coat, made of buff leather.

Buffnoun

The grayish viscid substance constituting the buffy coat. See Buffy coat, under Buffy, a.

Buffnoun

A wheel covered with buff leather, and used in polishing cutlery, spoons, etc.

Buffnoun

The bare skin; as, to strip to the buff.

‘To be in buff is equivalent to being naked.’;

Buffnoun

A buffet; a blow; - obsolete except in the phrase "Blindman's buff." See blindman's buff.

‘Nathless so sore a buff to him it lentThat made him reel.’;

Buffadjective

Made of buff leather.

Buffadjective

Of the color of buff.

Buffadjective

Firm; sturdy.

‘And for the good old cause stood buff,'Gainst many a bitter kick and cuff.’;

Buffverb

to polish with a soft cloth, especially one similar to a buff{5}. See Buff, n., 5.

Buffverb

To strike.

Buffnoun

an ardent follower and admirer

Buffnoun

a soft thick undyed leather from the skins of e.g. buffalo or oxen

Buffnoun

bare skin;

‘swimming in the buff’;

Buffnoun

a medium to dark tan color

Buffnoun

an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block; used for polishing (as in manicuring)

Buffverb

strike, beat repeatedly;

‘The wind buffeted him’;

Buffverb

polish and make shiny;

‘buff the wooden floors’; ‘buff my shoes’;

Buffadjective

of the color of buff leather

Buffnoun

a yellowish-beige colour

‘a buff envelope’;

Buffnoun

a stout dull yellow leather with a velvety surface.

Buffnoun

a stick, wheel, or pad used for polishing.

Buffnoun

a person who is enthusiastically interested in and very knowledgeable about a particular subject

‘a computer buff’;

Buffverb

polish (something)

‘he buffed the glass until it gleamed’;

Buffverb

give (leather) a velvety finish by removing the surface of the grain.

Buffverb

make (an element in a role-playing or video game) more powerful

‘there are cards that'll buff your troops’;

Buffadjective

(of a person or their body) in good physical shape with well-developed muscles

‘the driver was a buff blond named March’;

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