Definition of Chrimbo in English:


Line breaks: Chrimbo
Pronunciation: /ˈkrɪmbəʊ
(also Crimbo)


British informal
  • Christmas: auntie will drive the family mad all Chrimbo because she didn’t get the CD she wanted
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    • Come Chrimbo, it'll be number one and our lives will become an unbearable hell.
    • Most people get their Crimbo pressies from me in January.
    • And while no one wants to be mistaken for a Chrimbo decoration at the office party, you have to admit there's nothing like a bit of sparkly to get you into the Christmas spirit - and I'm not talking about champagne.


1920s: child's alteration.

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