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Definition of eff

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Definitions include: something undesirable.
Definitions include: euphemism for "fuck."
Definitions include: a replacement word for fuck.
Definitions include: sex.
Definitions include: "cunt".
Definitions include: "fucker".
Definitions include: far less vulgar replacement for "fucking".
Definitions include: acronym for "shut the fuck up".
Definitions include: censored version of fucking.
Definitions include: short for "fugly", which is short for "fucking ugly."
Definitions include: See shit.
Definitions include: a non-offensive expletive.
Definitions include: "fucking".
Definitions include: acronym of "shit out of luck", meaning that there is nothing one can do to remedy some situation.
Definitions include: "fuck a duck".

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Other terms relating to 'eff':

Definitions include: censored (bowdlerized) version of "fucking".
Definitions include: a censored (bowdlerized) version of "fuck off".

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