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up the duff

Pregnant. Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. You two have only been married for a couple of months, I can't believe you're up the duff already! I was pretty wild during my university years, which is how I found myself up the duff at 22.
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be up the duff

slang To be pregnant. You two have only been married for a couple of months, I can't believe you're up the duff already!
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up the duff

pregnant. British informal
1994 Daily Telegraph At 19, he was married (‘only because she was up the duff’ he explains gallantly).
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duff

(dəf)
n. the buttocks. Don’t you get tired of sitting around on your duff?
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Duff was born in Castlemilk, Glasgow, one of two boys whose father was an engineer.
and alerted Greater Glasgow Health Board, but their worries were waved away with an explanation that Mr Duff was simply a good businessman.
Dentists who knew Duff as a student at Glasgow Dental School, where he graduated in 1984, remember him as a quiet lad who rarely socialised.
Another added: "Guys such as Duff reflect appallingly on a hard-working profession.
Former patients reveal nothing was ever too much trouble for Duff, but there was a darker side that hinted all was not as it seemed.
The Scottish Dental Practice Board admit their system was not as sophisticated in the early Nineties, but say problems with Duff were highlighted early on and evidence against him was gathered.
Spokesman John Hamilton says they acted as soon as information became available, but that enquiries were frequently postponed because Duff claimed he was ill.
Greater Glasgow Health Board fined Duff pounds 1500 and struck him off the NHS list for failing to maintain adequate records, but he was still free to work privately.
Duff was represented at the hearing in London by lawyer Hugh Harvie from the Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland.
He added: "At the height of his illness, Mr Duff was working long hours and it would have been difficult for him to keep up with paperwork.