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bobby US English

A police officer

Bobby in Kennedy US English

Robert (Francis) (1925–68), US attorney general 1961–64; brother of John and Edward; known as Bobby and RFK. He closely assisted his brother John in domestic policy and was also a champion of the civil rights movement. He was assassinated during his campaign to become the 1968 Democratic presidential nominee

Bobby in Unser US English

Bobby (1934-); full name Robert William Unser. Indy 500 champion 1968, 1975, 1981

bobby pin US English

A kind of sprung hairpin or small clip

Orr, Bobby US English

(1948-), Canadian hockey player; full name Robert Gordon Orr. He signed with the Boston Bruins at the age of eighteen in 1966 and played for them until 1976. He played for the Chicago Blackhawks before retiring in 1978. Hockey Hall of Fame (1979)

bobby calf US English

An unweaned calf slaughtered for veal

bobby socks US English

Short socks reaching just above the ankle (used chiefly in the 1940s and 1950s to refer to the socks worn by teenage girls)

bobby-soxer US English

An adolescent girl

Jones, Bobby US English

(1902–71), US golfer; full name Robert Tyre Jones. In a short competitive career 1923–30, as an amateur, he won thirteen major competitions, including four US and three British open championships

Hull, Bobby US English

(1939-), Canadian hockey player; full name Robert Marvin Hull, Jr. He played for the Chicago Blackhawks 1957–72, the Winnipeg Jets 1972–79, and the Hartford Whalers 1980–81. Hockey Hall of Fame (1983)

Moore, Bobby US English

(1941–93), English footballer; full name Robert Frederick Moore. A defender who spent most of his career with West Ham United, he captained the English team that won the World Cup in 1966

bobby-dazzler US English

A person or thing considered remarkable or excellent

Fischer, Bobby US English

(1943–2008), US chess player; full name Robert James Fischer. He defeated Boris Spassky in 1972 to become the world champion, a title he held until 1975

Knight, Bobby US English

(1940-) US basketball coach; full name Robert Montgomery Knight. Noted for his 902 career wins, he spent most of his career (1963–2008) at Indiana University. He also coached the 1984 gold medal US Olympic team

Charlton, Bobby US English

(B.1937), English footballer, brother of Jack Charlton; full name Sir Robert Charlton. An outstanding Manchester United striker, he scored a record forty-nine goals for England and was a member of the side that won the World Cup in 1966

bobby sox in bobby socks US English

Short socks reaching just above the ankle (used chiefly in the 1940s and 1950s to refer to the socks worn by teenage girls)

bobby English-Spanish

bobbypolicía británico

bobby pin English-Spanish

horquilla f, pasador mMéx, pinche mChi

bobby socks English-Spanish

calcetines mpl cortos, calcetas, soquetes

bobby sox in bobby socks English-Spanish

calcetines mpl cortos, calcetas, soquetes

I guess you're Bobby — that's right! in right English-Spanish

tú tienes que ser Bobby — ¡el mismo!

the committee has decided to go along with Bobby's proposal in go along English-Spanish

la comisión ha decidido secundar la propuesta de Bobby

the committee has decided to go along with Bobby's proposal in go English-Spanish

la comisión ha decidido secundar la propuesta de Bobby