Australian Slang
fighting: 'He got into a bit of biffo'; aggressive: 'a biffo style of football commentating'

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  • Biffo — may refer to:* Biffo the Bear, a character in the British comic The Beano * Dave Biffo Beech, in British pop band Jigsaw * John Bindon, British actor * Paul Rose (writer), a.k.a. Mr. Biffo, games magazine editor (with a column named Biffovision ) …   Wikipedia

  • Biffo — fighting: He got into a bit of biffo ; aggressive: a biffo style of football commentating …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • biffo — noun Violence, fighting. There was too much biffo going on at that club, so I left …   Wiktionary

  • biffo — /ˈbɪfoʊ/ (say bifoh) Colloquial –noun 1. a fistfight. –phrase 2. go the biffo, to engage in a fistfight. {biff + o} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Biffo the Bear — was a fictional character who had his own comic strip in the UK comic The Beano . Biffo was an anthropomorphic bear who gained the front cover of the comic starting from issue 327, dated January 24 1948, replacing Big Eggo. This page is reprinted …   Wikipedia

  • biffo the bear — Cockney Rhyming Slang Hair Me biffo s not looking the best today. Biffo the Bear was on the cover of Beano from 1948 to 1974 …   English dialects glossary

  • The Beano Annual — is the current name of the book that has been published every year since 1939, to tie in with the children s comic The Beano . As of 2008 there have been 69 editions. As they are traditionally published in the autumn, in time for Christmas, since …   Wikipedia

  • Digitiser — This article is about the Teletext based magazine. For other uses of digitiser or digitizer , see Digitizer (disambiguation). Digitiser was a video games magazine that was broadcast on the Teletext service on Channel 4 in the UK from 1993 to 2003 …   Wikipedia

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  • Dennis the Menace (UK) — This article is about the Beano comic strip. For other uses, see Dennis the Menace (disambiguation). Beano strip Dennis Gnasher Current/last artist Barrie Appleby First appearance Issue 452 (17 March 1951 as Dennis the Menace) …   Wikipedia

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