Definition of 'bow tie'
Example sentences containing 'bow tie'
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He looked so hot in his suit and bow tie. The Sun (2016)It was hard work and I had to wear a bow tie and a bright green apron. The Sun (2011)And who, really, would wear a bow tie as a serious daytime accessory? Times, Sunday Times (2010)And he's 900 years old and he wears a bow tie. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He stands in the foreground facing the light, elegantly dressed in a suit and bow tie, his raised arms holding the light meter. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Simple: he knew his helper was also a doctor because of his competent assistance, and a gynaecologist because he was wearing a bow tie. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'bow tie'
British English: bow tie /bəʊ taɪ/ NOUN
A bow tie is a tie in the form of a bow. Bow ties are worn by men, especially for formal occasions.
- American English: bow tie
- Arabic: رَبْطَة العُنُق على شَكْلِ فَراشَةٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: gravata borboleta
- Chinese: 蝴蝶结领结
- Croatian: leptir kravata
- Czech: motýlek vázanka
- Danish: butterfly
- Dutch: vlinderdas
- European Spanish: pajarita
- Finnish: rusetti
- French: nœud papillon
- German: Fliege Frack
- Greek: παπιγιόν
- Italian: papillon
- Japanese: 蝶ネクタイ
- Korean: 나비 넥타이
- Norwegian: sløyfe
- Polish: muszka
- European Portuguese: laço
- Romanian: papion
- Russian: галстук-бабочка
- Spanish: corbatín
- Swedish: fluga klädsel
- Thai: โบว์หูกระต่าย
- Turkish: papyon kravat
- Ukrainian: краватка-метелик
- Vietnamese: nơ con bướm
Definition of bow tie from the Collins English Dictionary
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