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Detailed Translations for puff from English to French


puff [the ~] noun

  1. the puff (choux pastry)
    le chou
  2. the puff (drag; pull)
    le trait

to puff verb (puffs, puffed, puffing)

  1. to puff (pant; wheeze; blow; gasp)
    souffler; haleter; soupirer
    • souffler verb (souffle, souffles, soufflons, soufflez, )
    • haleter verb (halète, halètes, haletons, haletez, )
    • soupirer verb (soupire, soupires, soupirons, soupirez, )

Conjugations for puff:

  1. puff
  2. puff
  3. puffs
  4. puff
  5. puff
  6. puff
simple past
  1. puffed
  2. puffed
  3. puffed
  4. puffed
  5. puffed
  6. puffed
present perfect
  1. have puffed
  2. have puffed
  3. has puffed
  4. have puffed
  5. have puffed
  6. have puffed
past continuous
  1. was puffing
  2. were puffing
  3. was puffing
  4. were puffing
  5. were puffing
  6. were puffing
  1. shall puff
  2. will puff
  3. will puff
  4. shall puff
  5. will puff
  6. will puff
continuous present
  1. am puffing
  2. are puffing
  3. is puffing
  4. are puffing
  5. are puffing
  6. are puffing
  1. be puffed
  2. be puffed
  3. be puffed
  4. be puffed
  5. be puffed
  6. be puffed
  1. puff!
  2. let's puff!
  3. puffed
  4. puffing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for puff:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
chou choux pastry; puff beloved; cabbage; chickadee; cutie; darling; dear; dearest; deary; doll; ducky; heart; hearts desire; peach; pet; sweet; sweetheart; sweetie; sweety
trait drag; puff; pull attribute; brush stroke; character; character description; character profile; character trait; characterisation; characteristic; characterization; crease; draught; drink; facial line; feature; first move; furrow; gibe; hallmark; jeer; line; pen line; penstroke; property; pull; quality; scratch; shark; streak; stripe; stroke; stroke of the pen; swig; taunt; trait; wrinkle
- blow; comfort; comforter; drag; hassock; ottoman; pouf; pouffe; powderpuff; puff of air; pull; quilt; whiff
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
haleter blow; gasp; pant; puff; wheeze gasp; pant for breath
souffler blow; gasp; pant; puff; wheeze blow; breathe; breathe out; catch; caught; clasp; clutch; drag; draw breath; exchange confidences; grasp; grip; hum; inhale; pilfer; prompt; reach; root; rout; rummage about; scratch; seize; slave away; slog away; snatch; snatch away; snout; stick; suggest; tell; toil and moil; whisper; whisper in someone's ear; whistle; yearn
soupirer blow; gasp; pant; puff; wheeze gasp; have one's heart set on; heave a sigh; hope; languish; long for; pant for breath; pine; sigh; to want something very badly; yearn
- blow up; chuff; drag; draw; gasp; heave; huff; pant; puff out; puff up; whiff
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- puffed
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- boost

Related Words for "puff":

Synonyms for "puff":

Related Definitions for "puff":

  1. gathered for protruding fullness1
    • puff sleeves1
  2. forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth1
    • he blew out all the candles with a single puff1
  3. a slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke)1
    • he took a puff on his pipe1
  4. thick cushion used as a seat1
  5. a soft spherical object made from fluffy fibers; for applying powder to the skin1
  6. bedding made of two layers of cloth filled with stuffing and stitched together1
  7. exaggerated praise (as for promotional purposes)1
  8. a light inflated pastry or puff shell1
  9. a short light gust of air1
  10. breathe noisily, as when one is exhausted1
  11. blow hard and loudly1
    • he huffed and puffed as he made his way up the mountain1
  12. to swell or cause to enlarge,1
    • Her faced puffed up from the drugs1
    • puffed out chests1
  13. speak in a blustering or scornful manner1
    • A puffing kind of man1
  14. praise extravagantly1
    • The critics puffed up this Broadway production1
  15. smoke and exhale strongly1
    • puff a cigar1
  16. suck in or take (air)1
  17. make proud or conceited1
    • The sudden fame puffed her ego1

Wiktionary Translations for puff:

  1. small quantity of gas or smoke in the air
  1. S’enfler, se gonler
  2. Souffle de l’haleine
  3. Quantité de fumée de tabac.. que l’on inhale
  4. Souffle de vent...
  1. Petite houppe.

Cross Translation:
puff souffler blasen — ausstoßen von Luft aus dem Mund; etwas in die Luft bzw. Atmosphäre überleiten; in etwas hineinpusten
puff souffler pustenumgangssprachlich: durch plötzliches heftiges Ausatmen einen starken Luftstrom erzeugen

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