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Bf

Meaning 1 Boyfriend
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Bf means boyfriend. It is an abbreviation that usually refers to a male romantic partner, although it can be a platonic relationship.

The abbreviation is commonly used by teenage girls but may also be used by adults too. The bf term arose from the dating ritual where two people go on dates and hang out with one another. It most likely means that both parties involved have decided to be exclusive and not date anyone else until the relationship has ended. The next step after bf is fiancé then spouse.

Example
"We've been going out for about two weeks, so I think he's my bf now."
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Updated July 19, 2016
Meaning 2 Batters faced
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2.0 (2 Votes)
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A baseball statistic that refers to the numbers of batters a pitcher has faced; calculated by multiplying the innings pitched by the pitcher by three and adding any hits and walks allowed, the number of batters that reached base on error, and any batters hit by pitch.

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"Even tho he has a high BF, he has a very low ERA."
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Updated May 20, 2015
Meaning 3 B.F. Sword
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1.5 (2 Votes)
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An item in the game League of Legends that adds a significant amount of attack damage to the champion that wields it; similar to the BFG from the game Doom.

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"The bf is great when playing ADC."
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Updated February 14, 2013
Meaning 4 Brain fart
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An acronym that means a person has experienced a brief absence of intelligence; often utilized to describe something stupid that was done or said.

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"Mary just asked me if Penguins can fly or not.
Wow, BF."
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Updated April 23, 2014

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