Definition of bimbo in English:

bimbo

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Pronunciation: /ˈbɪmbəʊ
 
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noun (plural bimbos)

informal , derogatory
An attractive but unintelligent or frivolous young woman.
More example sentences
  • I responded with something along the lines of; ‘Maybe girls in America are expected to look like bimbos at a young age, but not in England, thank you very much!’
  • It was wall-to-wall bimbos and their aspiring bimbos.
  • She is incredibly attractive but she's not a bimbo, and that's what makes her so special.

Origin

early 20th century (originally in the sense 'fellow, chap'): from Italian, literally 'little child'.

Derivatives

bimbette

noun
More example sentences
  • Multi millionaire tycoons with Caribbean hideaways and luscious bimbettes pursuant do not generally feel the need to resort to this sort of thing.
  • You have bimbettes commentating, hardly any stats being shown, thee don't even display the number of overs bowled all the time.
  • Now, he's a good chap who makes schoolboy jokes and can't be trusted with underdressed bimbettes.

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