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hippy1 British & World English

(Especially in the 1960s) a person of unconventional appearance, typically having long hair and wearing beads, associated with a subculture involving a rejection of conventional values and the taking of hallucinogenic drugs

hippy2 British & World English

(Of a woman) having large hips

hippy-dippy British & World English

Rejecting conventional practices or behaviour in a way perceived to be vague and unconsidered or foolishly idealistic

hippy-dippier in hippy-dippy British & World English

Rejecting conventional practices or behaviour in a way perceived to be vague and unconsidered or foolishly idealistic

hippy-dippiest in hippy-dippy British & World English

Rejecting conventional practices or behaviour in a way perceived to be vague and unconsidered or foolishly idealistic

hippy New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

unconventional long-haired person

hippy English-Spanish

hippy masculine and feminine

hippy Spanish-English

hippy delante del nombre/before noun, hippie delante del nombre/before noun

iba vestido en plan hippy in hippy Spanish-English

he was dressed like a hippy, he was wearing hippyish clothes