scoff


scoff
scoff [{{t}}skɒf]
1 intransitive verb
(a) (mock) se moquer, être méprisant;
they scoffed at my efforts/ideas ils se sont moqués de mes efforts/idées;
don't scoff, I'm serious ne te moque pas de moi, je parle sérieusement
(b) {{}}familiar{{}} (eat) s'empiffrer
2 transitive verb
{{}}familiar{{}} (eat) bouffer, boulotter;
he scoffed the whole packet il s'est enfilé tout le paquet;
don't scoff your food like that ne t'empiffre pas comme ça
3 noun
(a) (expression of mockery)
we had a good scoff at his expense nous nous sommes bien moqués de lui
(b) {{}}British{{}} {{}}familiar{{}} (food) bouffe f, graille f

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  • Scoff — Scoff, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Scoffed} (?; 115); p. pr. & vb. n. {Scoffing}.] [Cf. Dan. skuffe to deceive, delude, Icel. skopa to scoff, OD. schoppen. See {Scoff}, n.] To show insolent ridicule or mockery; to manifest contempt by derisive acts or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • scoff — scoff, jeer, gibe, fleer, gird, sneer, flout can all mean to show one s scorn or contempt in derision or mockery. Scoff stresses insolence, irreverence, lack of respect, or incredulity as the motives for one s derision or mockery {it is an easy… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Scoff — Scoff, v. t. To treat or address with derision; to assail scornfully; to mock at. [1913 Webster] To scoff religion is ridiculously proud and immodest. Glanvill. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Scoff — (?; 115), n. [OE. scof; akin to OFries. schof, OHG. scoph, Icel. skaup, and perh. to E. shove.] 1. Derision; ridicule; mockery; derisive or mocking expression of scorn, contempt, or reproach. [1913 Webster] With scoffs, and scorns, and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Scoff — «Scoff» Canción de Nirvana LP Bleach Publicación 15 de junio de 1989 …   Wikipedia Español

  • scoff — scoff·er; scoff; scoff·ing·ly; …   English syllables

  • scoff — [skɔf US sko:f, ska:f] v [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: Probably from a Scandinavian language] 1.) [I and T] to laugh at a person or idea, and talk about them in a way that shows you think they are stupid = ↑make fun of scoff at ▪ David scoffed at her …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • scoff — Ⅰ. scoff [1] ► VERB ▪ speak about something in a scornfully derisive way. ► NOUN ▪ an expression of scornful derision. DERIVATIVES scoffer noun. ORIGIN perhaps Scandinavian. Ⅱ …   English terms dictionary

  • scoff — index derogate, disdain (noun), disdain (verb), disparage, flout, humiliate, jape, jeer, mock ( …   Law dictionary

  • scoff at — index contemn, discommend, reject Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • scoff — (v.) late 14c., earlier as a noun, contemptuous ridicule (c.1300), from a Scandinavian source, Cf. O.N. skaup, skop mockery, M.Dan. skof jest, mockery; perhaps from P.Gmc. *skub , *skuf (Cf. O.E. scop poet, O.H.G. scoph fiction, sport, jest,… …   Etymology dictionary


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