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    2. Tart means somewhat sour. Fuzz free means there's no hair or fur. When eating, this usually refers to peaches. There is a double meaning. She's comparing the ice cream to Mel Gibson bottom. She's saying that the ice cream is tart and fuzz free, but Mel's bottom is the opposite.

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    2. Lint is fibers from your clothes. Fluff and Fuzz are essentially the same things.

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    2. "cop" is normal slang for a police officer. "fuzz" is old and seldom-used slang for police, like used in the 1960s-80s

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    2. Glitter is usually used to describe what something is like. For example people usually say, “The snow glittered once the sun shined down on it.” We use flick often times. You can “flick” someone’s ear with your fingers or you can “flick” something off of your working area. Grand is used usually to describe either how great something is or how big it is. For example, “My birthday party was grand! Over 200 people showed up!” OR “I had a grand night with my boyfriend/girlfriend.” Grimace is not used on a daily basis but it’s a negative word that deals with your emotions and your facial expressions. Fuzz is used a lot to describe how fluffy or soft something is. For example, “My new jacket is very fuzzy.” A git is an unpleasant person. Usually used negatively and in European countries..I’m not sure about how often that one is used because I don’t live in the UK. Flask is rarely ever used unless you go camping, hiking, something of that nature. You could use it to say, “You can have some of the water in my flask.” It’s used for holding liquids. Gesture is often used but there are two meanings that I know of. A gesture can be something nice someone does. For example, “I considered the stranger paying for my groceries a thoughtful gesture.” OR it can be used to show someone summoning another person. For example, “My boss gestured me to come over to his desk to discuss some things.” Flummox is rarely used actually. But I hope I helped! :]

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    2. Hope this helps! It’s a hard ‘u’ sound :)

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    2. While it's still attached, we say the blanket/sweater is "piling" . Once it falls off, we call it "lint" . I have some friends whose ancestors came from the U. K. and they call it "fluff". Since U.S. families cone from many other countries, and the U.S. has regional differences in language, you may get many different answers.

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    2. It usually refers to small, usually soft or fine hairs, for example what you find on the skin of a peach. It can also be used very informally to talk about body hair. For example, the facial hair of an adolescent boy may be referred to as fuzz. You might find the word 'de-fuzz' to refer informally to removing hair. It is also infrequently used as an informal way to refer to the police 'the fuzz'. Fuzzy is the adjective and can be used to describe anything which has short soft fibres. E.g. velvet, a shaved head, the skin of a peach etc.

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