Definition of 'bib'
Example sentences containing 'bib'
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And it would be wicked to do it in style - without the orange bib. The Sun (2009)Try something like an early bed time or wearing a bib - something that is a disadvantage. Families and Friends - how to help your child form happy relationships. (1989)Those shirts with a bib at the front, buttons at the back. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A great bib of a white beard hung down his chest. The Barefoot Emperor: An Ethiopian Tragedy (2007)The males are streaky brown and grey, with a smart cap and bib that the duller females lack. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But in all three cities the Italian has been unable to perform the simple task of pulling a training bib over his head. The Sun (2014)They can be very protective of their waves and as an outsider wearing a bright orange bib, you are bottom of the surfer chain. The Sun (2009)My son is nearly 4. He dribbles constantly and has to wear a bib almost all the time. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'bib'
British English: bib /bɪb/ NOUN
A bib is a piece of cloth or plastic which is worn by very young children to protect their clothes while they are eating.
- American English: bib
- Arabic: صُدْرِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: babador
- Chinese: 围兜
- Croatian: dječji podbradnik
- Czech: bryndáček
- Danish: hagesmæk
- Dutch: slabbetje
- European Spanish: babero
- Finnish: ruokalappu
- French: bavoir
- German: Lätzchen
- Greek: σαλιάρα
- Italian: bavaglino
- Japanese: よだれ掛け
- Korean: 턱받이
- Norwegian: smekke
- Polish: śliniak
- European Portuguese: babete
- Romanian: bărbiță
- Russian: детский нагрудник
- Spanish: babero
- Swedish: haklapp
- Thai: ผ้ากันเปื้อนเด็ก
- Turkish: mama önlüğü
- Ukrainian: нагрудник
- Vietnamese: yếm
Definition of bib from the Collins English Dictionary
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