- n. 笨蛋；不明道理的人；骗人货
- vt. 使淘金失败
- vi. 淘金失败
- duffer: see deaf
- duffer (n.)
- "inept person; old man," especially "bad golfer," 1842, perhaps from Scottish duffar "dull or stupid person," from dowf "stupid," literally "deaf," from Old Norse daufr, with pejorative suffix -art. Or perhaps from 18c. thieves' slang duff (v.) "to dress or manipulate an old thing and make it look new."
- 1. Waugh was a duffer at cricket.
- 2. " Aw, let me go,'she exclaimed angrily . " Duffer. "
- “ 呸, 松手! " 她愤怒地叫了起来,"你这个笨蛋.
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- 3. About morals , I mean , of course, you can't beat the old duffer.
- 道德方面的问题, 你当然糊弄不了那笨蛋.
- 4. He is a duffer at golf.
- 5. I thought you were hurt by Edward's saying you were a duffer and a beginner.
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