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How To Spell bib?

Correct spelling: bib

What are the common typos for bib?

  • nib,
  • biaxia l.

What is the definition of bib?

  1. top part of an apron; covering the chest

What does the abbreviation bib mean?

Google Ngram Viewer results for bib:

This graph shows how "bib" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

What are the usage examples for bib?

  1. His old admiration for Britta had by no means decreased,- he was fond of waylaying that demure little maiden on her various household errands, and giving her small posies of jessamine and other sweet- scented blossoms to wear just above the left- hand corner of her apron- bib close to the place where the heart is supposed to be. – Thelma by Marie Corelli
  2. Tell Rena ter put on her bes' bib an' tucker; for Mr. Wain is pertic'lar too, an' I've already be'n braggin' 'bout her looks. – The House Behind the Cedars by Charles W. Chesnutt
  3. " And with its best bib and tucker on, if I am any judge of la toilette," said Lionel. – A Heart-Song of To-day by Annie Gregg Savigny
  4. First, with her left hand she jammed the loaf hard and fast against her bib where it sometimes got a pin into it, and sometimes a needle, which we afterwards got into our mouths. – Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  5. The real Joiner loves to sit up on an elevated Throne, wearing a Bib and holding a dinky Gavel, and administer a blistering Oath to the Wanderer who seeks the Privilege of helping to pay the Rent. – More Fables by George Ade
  6. She loved it all- Miss Sampson's fits, her mother's jokes; even the fact that when they went out to supper she sat where she used in the old days when she had worn a bib beneath her chin. – The Precipice by Elia Wilkinson Peattie
  7. The seat of a chair was made a breakfast table, the baby's feigned bib put on, and her porridge carefully administered, with all the manner of the nurse who usually directs their breakfast. – The Story of the Mind by James Mark Baldwin
  8. Stonecypher, grotesque with thin chest exposed and overall bib wrapped around belt, waited. – Thy Rocks and Rills by Robert Ernest Gilbert
  9. There was a real orchestra of eight pieces from the town of Overton, seated on a palm- screened platform which had been erected for the occasion; while a long line of freshmen in their best bib and tucker crowded up to pay their respects to the receiving line of sophomores, headed by the class president. – Grace Harlowe's First Year at Overton College by Jessie Graham Flower
  10. History hath sneered at his rhymes as flat, stale and unprofitable; upon the bloody field he had been defeated and subsequently imprisoned; clever in diplomacy, the sagacity of his opponent, Charles, had in truth overmatched him; yet as the ostentatious Boniface, in grand bib and tucker, prodigal in joviality and good- fellowship, his reputation rests without a flaw. – Under the Rose by Frederic Stewart Isham

What are the rhymes for bib?

  1. gib, squibb, glib, gibb, ib, fib, nib, mib, lib, jib, trib, bibb, rib, sib, crib;
  2. carib;

What are the translations for bib?

Arabic word for Bib

صُدْرِيَّة.

Bengali word for Bib

বারংবার পান করা.

Chinese word for Bib

围兜.

Dutch words for Bib

slabbetje, slab, slabber.

French word for Bib

bavoir.

German word for Bib

Lätzchen.

Greek word for Bib

σαλιάρα.

Hindi word for Bib

बिब.

Italian word for Bib

bavaglino.

Japanese word for Bib

よだれ掛け.

Javanese word for Bib

Gak.

Korean word for Bib

턱받이.

Malay word for Bib

Bib.

Norwegian word for Bib

smekke.

Polish word for Bib

śliniak.

Portuguese word for Bib

babador.

Romanian word for Bib

bărbiță.

Russian word for Bib

детский нагрудник.

Spanish word for Bib

babero.

Swedish word for Bib

haklapp.

Tamil word for Bib

துணியை.

Turkish word for Bib

önlük.

Ukrainian word for Bib

нагрудник.

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