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doll1 British & World English

A small model of a human figure, typically one of a baby or girl, used as a child’s toy

doll2 British & World English

A temporary barrier on a racecourse or gallop

Doll, Sir Richard British & World English

(1912–2005), English physician; full name William Richard Shaboe Doll. With Sir A. Bradford Hill (1897–1991) he was the first to show a statistical link between smoking and lung cancer

baby-doll British & World English

Denoting a style of women’s clothing resembling that traditionally worn by a doll or young child, especially short, high-waisted, short-sleeved dresses

rag doll British & World English

A soft doll made from pieces of cloth

Dutch doll British & World English

A jointed wooden doll

paper doll British & World English

A piece of paper cut or folded into the shape of a human figure

Russian doll British & World English

Each of a set of brightly painted hollow wooden dolls of varying sizes, designed to fit inside each other

doll's house British & World English

A miniature toy house used for playing with dolls

apple-head doll British & World English

In American folk art, a doll whose head has been fashioned from a dried peeled apple

Barbie British & World English

A doll representing a conventionally attractive young woman

Barbie doll in Barbie British & World English

A doll representing a conventionally attractive young woman

kachina doll in kachina British & World English

A small carved figure representing a kachina

kewpie British & World English

A type of doll characterized by a large head, big eyes, chubby cheeks, and a curl or topknot on top of its head

kewpie doll in kewpie British & World English

A type of doll characterized by a large head, big eyes, chubby cheeks, and a curl or topknot on top of its head

bobblehead British & World English

A figurine with a disproportionately large head mounted on a spring so that it bobs up and down, often made as a caricature of a famous person

bobblehead doll in bobblehead British & World English

A figurine with a disproportionately large head mounted on a spring so that it bobs up and down, often made as a caricature of a famous person

matryoshka British & World English

another term for Russian doll.

matryoshka doll in matryoshka British & World English

another term for Russian doll.

William Richard Shaboe Doll in Doll, Sir Richard British & World English

(1912–2005), English physician; full name William Richard Shaboe Doll. With Sir A. Bradford Hill (1897–1991) he was the first to show a statistical link between smoking and lung cancer

doll English Thesaurus

the child was sitting hugging a doll

doll English-Spanish

muñeca f

baby-doll English-Spanish

baby-doll nighty

rag doll English-Spanish

muñeca f de trapo

Barbie doll English-Spanish

Barbie®, muñeca

Russian doll English-Spanish

muñeca f rusa

doll's house English-Spanish

casa f de muñecas

doll up English-Spanish

to get (all) dolled up o to doll oneself up

a small doll in small English-Spanish

una muñeca pequeña, una muñequita

baby-doll nighty in baby-doll English-Spanish

baby-doll, camisoncito

you're a real doll in doll English-Spanish

eres un verdadero encanto

the girl pulled the doll apart in apart English-Spanish

la niña desarmó la muñeca

they were fighting over the doll in over English-Spanish

se estaban peleando por la muñeca

to get (all) dolled up o to doll oneself up in doll English-Spanish

emperifollarse familiar/colloquial, ponerse* de punta en blanco

to get (all) dolled up o to doll oneself up in doll up English-Spanish

emperifollarse familiar/colloquial, ponerse* de punta en blanco

you'll break the doll if you're too rough with it in rough English-Spanish

vas a romper la muñeca si no la tratas con más cuidado