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biff

(bɪf)
1. tv. to hit someone. Tom biffed Fred on the snoot.
2. n. a blow. The biff on the nose gave Fred a nosebleed.
3. in. to fall; to fail; to crash. His bike hit a bump and he biffed.
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Biff promptly dropped his monkey wrench and hurried out to see how his partner had fared.
It's just a good thing you found that book in the nick of time, Biff I don't know what's going on here, but somebody must be watching over us, and that's for sure
Biff and Zeke took the hint, but they knew they couldn't just abandon their friend to his fate.
The way I see it, Biff, there's only one thing we can do," Zeke said.
He pulled himself to his feet about six feet above the ground and stood with his back to Biff and Zeke and his left arm locked tightly around a limb.
Biff and Zeke rushed to their friend's side as Ol' Mossy Horns beat a hasty retreat Zeke was the first to arrive.