[ huhf-duhf ]
/ ˈhʌfˌdʌf /
a method used by the Allies in World War II for locating enemy submarines and other naval or land targets through simultaneous bearings on their radio transmissions.
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Origin of Huff-Duff
vocalization of the abbreviation h.f.d.f. for high-frequency direction finder
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