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British slang, describes something that is stupid, lame or unpalatable.
That party was naff — they ran out of beer, and the people were way too uptight.
Por Slinky 21 de enero de 2005
British slang, today meaning uncool, tacky, unfashionable, worthless... or as a softer expletive, in places where one might use "fuck" as in "naff off", "naff all", "naffing about".

Origins of the word are disputed, but it appears to have come from Polari (gay slang), used to dismissively refer to heterosexual people. It was introduced as a less offensive expletive verb ("naff off") in the '70s UK television show, Porridge. "Naff off!" was famously used by Princess Anne in 1982.
Naff the naffing naffers.
Por J Blithe 01 de octubre de 2005
1. Of poor quality - in particular, tacky or obvious in some way.
2. Can be used in virtually any context that "fuck" can (but not used to denote coitus) only way classier, and sounds much better.
1. That song is SOO naff
2. naff off, I can't be naffed, stop naffing around, etcetera
Por Whapcapn 23 de enero de 2006
Basically something uncool. Can also be used to tell someone to naff off; a politer way of telling them to fuck off. UK Slang.
Those shoes are so naff.

Just naff off!
Por Phae 12 de marzo de 2006
Unbearably and embarrassingly out of fashion and nerdy.
Naff things are: Parents trying to dnace to "modern" music, blue eyeshadow, blokes who ear socks with sandals, pigtails.
Por jessickuhh 07 de septiembre de 2008
A word used in Great Britan to mean 'tacky', 'lame', or 'totally uncool'. Can also be used as 'nafty'.

John: Did you see her new haircut?
Mike: Yeah, it's totally nafty.

Kate: Like, why is she totally acting like all that?
John: Yeah, that haircut it naff and she knows it.
Por Flemily 31 de marzo de 2009
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