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bandy British & World English

(Of a person’s legs) curved outwards so that the knees are wide apart

bandy1 British & World English

(Of a person’s legs) curved outwards so that the knees are wide apart

bandy2 British & World English

Pass on or discuss (an idea or rumour) in a casual or uninformed way

bandy3 British & World English

A form of hockey played on a field or on ice with a ball and large curved sticks

bandy-bandy British & World English

A small mildly venomous nocturnal snake marked with distinctive black-and-white bands, native to Australia

bandy words in bandy2 British & World English

Argue pointlessly or rudely

bandy words British & World English

Argue pointlessly or rudely

bandy-bandys in bandy-bandy British & World English

A small mildly venomous nocturnal snake marked with distinctive black-and-white bands, native to Australia

bandy1 English Thesaurus

bandy legs

bandy2 English Thesaurus

£40,000 is the figure that has been bandied about

bandy English-Spanish

arqueado, torcido

bandy-legged English-Spanish

patizambo, zambo, cascorvo Col

bandy about English-Spanish

the rumors being bandied about are untrue

bandy around English-Spanish

the rumors being bandied about are untrue

to be bandy-legged in bandy-legged English-Spanish

ser* patizambo (, tener* las piernas arqueadas