- n. 绒毛；错误；无价值的东西
- vt. 念错；抖松；使…起毛
- vi. 起毛；出错；变松
2. wool => villus, velvet, velour, fluff.
来自拉丁语vellus, 羊毛，词源同wool, fleece. 或来自辅音丛fl, 扑腾，拍打，词源同flap, flop. 用来指绒毛，绒屑。
- fluff (n.)
- "light, feathery stuff," 1790, apparently a variant of floow "wooly substance, down, nap" (1580s), perhaps from Flemish vluwe, from French velu "shaggy, hairy," from Latin vellus "fleece," or Latin villus "tuft of hair" (see velvet). OED suggests fluff as "an imitative modification" of floow, "imitating the action of puffing away some light substance." Slang bit of fluff "young woman" is from 1903. The marshmallow confection Fluff dates to c. 1920 in Massachusetts, U.S.
- fluff (v.)
- "to shake into a soft mass," 1875, from fluff (n.). Meaning "make a mistake" is from 1884, originally in theater slang. Related: Fluffed; fluffing.
- 1. My coat is covered with fluff.
- 2. Let me fluff up your pillows for you.
- 3. Woolen blankets often have fluff on them.
- 4. Take the pan off the heat and cover for 5 minutes to fluff up the rice.
- 5. Shirley flicked a speck of fluff from the sleeve of her black suit.
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