- adj. 鼓起的，蓬松的；向外胀起的
- n. 蓬松的发式
来自法语。bouff, 同puff, 拟声词，喷。形容头发的蓬松。
- bouffant (adj.)
- 1869, from French bouffant, present participle of bouffer "to puff out," from Old French bouffer (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *buffare, probably ultimately imitative of puffing. As a noun by 1870. Earlier as a French word in English. First used of hairdo style 1955.
- 1. Her short brown hair was curled in a puffy bouffant hairdo.
- 2. For example, in the late 1960 s women became tired of bouffant hairstyles and sought new looks.
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