Main definitions of boff in US English:

: boff1boff2

boff1

verb

[with object]North American
informal
  • Have sexual intercourse with (someone).

    • ‘I've had a number of attractive and nubile young companions, and I must say that thinking about it, I've never actually had any interest in boffing any of them.’
    • ‘It makes me want to boff redheads and short blondes.’
    • ‘That'll teach her for boffing a him in a swimming pool.’
    • ‘News media outlets around the world are reporting that he boffed a lady against her will and the cops didn't investigate for 3 weeks.’
    • ‘When she's not boffing the mail boy in the photocopier room she's scheming to get him fired.’
    • ‘On the story of him boffing his wife, he said ‘I was flattered, but it didn't happen.’’
    • ‘They've split for good, apparently because neither of them could stop boffing anybody they clapped eyes on.’
    • ‘There really is no reason why these two shouldn't have started boffing as soon as they met.’
    • ‘Who does a girl have to boff around here to get into a club?’
    • ‘He encourages his staffers to boff each other's wives, but only after obtaining his permission.’
    • ‘Supposedly she was boffing him for four years.’

noun

North American
informal
  • An act of sexual intercourse.

    • ‘Struggling businessman Joe picks up a sweet young thing who suggests he park his convertible on a side road for an open-air boff session.’

Origin

1920s (in the sense ‘a blow or punch’): imitative.

Pronunciation

boff

/bäf/

Main definitions of boff in US English:

: boff1boff2

boff2

noun

  • short for boffin
    • ‘Back in the real world, Oxford is not just the turf of toffs and boffs: it was a major car-manufacturing centre until the terminal decline of the British car industry and is now a thriving centre of service industries.’

Pronunciation

boff

/bäf/