Definition of bap in English:

bap

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noun

British
1A large, round, flattish bread roll, typically with a spongy texture and floury top.
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  • At this time of year, I always start by grabbing a mulled apple juice from Days Cottage and a bacon bap from Adey's organic farm, which is just down the road at Berkeley.
  • In truth, the focaccia was more of a Scottish bap than an olive-oily, herby bread, but it did the job of holding the filling.
  • Two slices of toast with jam, marmalade or Marmite, a bap containing three items from bacon, egg, sausage and tomato cost £3.50.
2 (baps) informal A woman’s breasts.
More example sentences
  • Perhaps I am being hyper sensitive about this as around me there were plenty of people reading the Sun, The Star and even Heat with loads of baps and boobies all over the place.

Origin

late 16th century: of unknown origin.

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