Definition of 'bikini'
Example sentences containing 'bikini'
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She has lost confidence wearing a bikini. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Being in your underwear is exactly the same as wearing a bikini. The Sun (2016)She always said she couldn't find swimming costumes or bikinis that covered her surgery scars. The Sun (2016)It's a world away from the woman who once arrived at her own birthday party wearing just a bikini, fur coat and snorkel. The Sun (2016)You can enjoy all your favourite foods while working on that toned bikini body. The Sun (2015)One of the pictures is taken from behind of her in just bikini bottoms. The Sun (2015)She cut a colourful figure by pairing the fringed white bikini top with maroon bottoms. The Sun (2013)Last week we gave you your complete bikini body workout. The Sun (2012)My white bikini was brown and dripping. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But at least her skimpy bikini shows she has the right formula for turning heads on her hols. The Sun (2012)Twitter users rushed to share the picture of what they thought was the singer in a stripy red and white bikini. The Sun (2013)Worth remembering for next summer's bikini body. The Sun (2009)It was like a 1970s bikini bottom. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We can't wait to see the bikini body snaps. The Sun (2014)In one photo, she can be seen sitting on a beach in just her bikini bottoms. The Sun (2013)Wearing a frilly white bikini top and barely there bottoms, she looked absolutely sensational. The Sun (2012)The 32-year-old mum showed off her bikini body in a red hot number. The Sun (2014)AN advert for diet protein showing an athletic woman in a bikini has been cleared of being offensive despite hundreds of complaints. The Sun (2015)I can now wear bikinis, and feel great. The Sun (2014)Did I really pack these four skimpy bikinis and totally forget the shaving foam? Times, Sunday Times (2015)I'll happily wear a bikini on the beach without caring what anyone thinks. The Sun (2012)Then there is the weather: Baden-Baden was perfect for skimpy bikinis in a summer heatwave. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I know she will appear poolside on that first morning and part of me won't recognise this glamorous young woman in her bikini. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Protein World was engulfed in a storm of protests last year over posters that featured a woman in a bikini with the slogan'Are you beach body ready? Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'bikini'
British English: bikini /bɪˈkiːnɪ/ NOUN
A bikini is a two-piece swimming costume worn by women.
- American English: bikini
- Arabic: بيكيني
- Brazilian Portuguese: biquíni
- Chinese: 比基尼泳装
- Croatian: bikini
- Czech: plavky dvojdílné dámské
- Danish: bikini
- Dutch: bikini
- European Spanish: bikini
- Finnish: bikinit
- French: bikini
- German: Bikini
- Greek: μπικίνι
- Italian: bikini
- Japanese: ビキニ
- Korean: 비키니
- Norwegian: bikini
- Polish: bikini
- European Portuguese: biquíni
- Romanian: bikini
- Russian: бикини
- Spanish: bikini
- Swedish: bikini
- Thai: บิกินี่
- Turkish: bikini
- Ukrainian: бікіні
- Vietnamese: áo tắm hai mảnh
Definition of bikini from the Collins English Dictionary
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