boffo in English
a boffo box-office certainty
Something like Mouse Hunt gets boffo laughs with scenes where a cupboard takes three shots to fall on Lee Evans.
the finale is a genuine boffo
Use "boffo" in a sentence
1. For years he was a boffo box office certainty.
2. But you may remember that Larson is an extremely conservative investor who would naturally underperform in boffo years.
3. The "loyalty dance" was a fixture of China's Cultural Revolution, and Kang Wenjie's performance at a giant Maoist teach-in was boffo.
4. There are prestige actors who win tons of awards and then there are blockbuster actors who guarantee boffo box office around the world.
5. While Roger Goodell had to watch a team no one cared about a month ago crashing his Super Bowl, Stern can start salivating at the prospect of another boffo matchup in the NBA Finals in June.
6. The five-part series of online workshops, at www. pwc. tv, will cover topics like: how to craft a boffo "elevator pitch" and how to articulate your long-term career goals to interviewers.