Hay 2 definiciones de baba en inglés:

baba1

Saltos de línea: baba
Pronunciación: /ˈbɑːbɑː
 
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(also rum baba)

sustantivo

A small, rich sponge cake, typically soaked in rum-flavoured syrup: the cooked babas are hollowed out and filled with confectioners' custard
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  • The rich, light, delicate yeast cake, made from flour, eggs, butter, and sugar, is related to brioche, baba, and savarin.
  • Well, a rum baba and a treacle tart were atypically heavy.
  • Bring soaking liquor to the boil and drop the babas in, rolling them to soak all over and become bloated.

Origen

via French from Polish, literally 'married peasant woman'.

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Palabra del día setose
Pronunciación: ˈsiːtəʊs
adjective
bearing bristles or setae; bristly

Hay 2 definiciones de baba en inglés:

baba2

Saltos de línea: baba
Pronunciación: /ˈbɑːbɑː
 
/

sustantivo

Indian informal
1Father (often as a proper name or as a familiar form of address): ‘Baba and I have squabbled.’
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  • Asked who this man was, the child mumbled proudly ‘Amaar baba (my father).’
  • When face-to-face, he would just call him baba (father).
  • She answered her father fearlessly: ‘Baba Saheb, you still wish to be revenged’.
1.1A respectful form of address for an older man: ‘Sit down, baba, you like tea?’
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  • Sit down, baba, you like tea?
  • Note that baba, on its own, can independently refer to an old wise man.
1.2 (often Baba) A holy man: Balyogi Baba was reputed to have been standing on one leg for eight years
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  • Not surprisingly, the one-armed baba and other members of the militant ascetic Juna Akhara sect are big fans of the Ram temple.
  • Ghani's life takes a turn when he falls in love with a medico, Indu, living in an ashram there, run by a baba.
  • My father later explained that it was about this Baba (holy man) who would supposedly materialize objects from thin air.
2A child, especially a male one: ‘Remove the paper whenever you are ready, baba.’
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  • The babas (girls and boys) are barely three or four years old.
  • But officially sanctioned ‘dating’ and sexual intimacy - na baba na.

Origen

from Hindi bābā.

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