Definición de blondie en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /ˈblɒndi/

sustantivo (plural blondies)

1 informal A blonde-haired person, typically a woman or girl (usually as a form of address): you have a great imagination, blondie we never did manage to bag any major roles in the nativity play—it was always the blue-eyed blondies who played the angels
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  • Having read her comment over and over again, my rough translation of it is that she, like so many others, still holds with the stereotype that we blondies are common (not unusual) and dumb (not interesting).
  • I consider that my two little blondies - one aged 3 and one aged 4, gorgeous little kids, more like their mother, granted, than their father - would love to have a little puppy this Christmas.
  • If we're gonna mix, blondie, let's go.
2A small square of dense, pale-coloured cake, typically of a butterscotch or vanilla flavour: cut brownies, blondies, or other sweet squares into very small pieces
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  • Fourteen dollars, for two coffees and two mingy blondies, which he paid without flinching, even leaving the change from his twenty in the concessionaire's plastic cup.
  • According to "The Ultimate Brownie Book," blondies came before brownies.
  • A search on blondies in the 1918 cookbook doesn't turn up anything, but there is likely something similar under a different name.


Late 19th century (in sense 1): from blonde + -ie; sense 2 after brownie (sense 1).

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Saltos de línea: blon|die

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