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kid1 British & World English

A child or young person

kid2 British & World English

Deceive (someone) in a playful way; tease

kid3 British & World English

A small wooden tub, especially a sailor’s mess tub for grog or rations

kid1 English Thesaurus

she is married with three kids

kid2 English Thesaurus

the village is called Hell—I'm not kidding

our kid British & World English

One’s younger brother or sister (often used as a form of address)

whizz-kid British & World English

A young person who is outstandingly skilful or successful at something

kid brother British & World English

One’s younger brother

kid gloves British & World English

Gloves made of fine kid leather

kid sister British & World English

One’s younger sister

boomerang kid British & World English

A young adult who goes back to live with a parent after a period of independence

kids' stuff British & World English

A thing regarded as very easy or simple to do

snot-nosed British & World English

Childish and inexperienced

our kid in kid1 British & World English

One’s younger brother or sister (often used as a form of address)

the new kid on the block British & World English

A newcomer to a particular place or sphere of activity

kids' stuff in kid1 British & World English

A thing regarded as very easy or simple to do

kidvid British & World English

Children’s television or video entertainment

whiz-kid in whizz-kid British & World English

A young person who is outstandingly skilful or successful at something

handle someone/thing with kid gloves British & World English

Deal with someone or something very carefully or tactfully

kid-glove in kid gloves British & World English

Used in reference to careful and delicate treatment of a person or situation

latchkey child British & World English

A child who is at home without adult supervision for some part of the day, especially after school until a parent returns from work

Mays, Willie British & World English

(1931-), US baseball player; known as the Say Hey Kid; full name Willie Howard Mays, Jr. A center fielder, he played for the New York (later San Francisco) Giants 1951–52, 1954–71 and the New York Mets 1971–72. Baseball Hall of Fame (1979)

Bonney, William H. British & World English

(1859–81), American outlaw; born Henry McCarty; known as Billy the Kid. A notorious robber and murderer, he was captured by Sheriff Pat Garrett in 1880, and was shot by Garrett after he escaped

Billy the Kid in Bonney, William H. British & World English

(1859–81), American outlaw; born Henry McCarty; known as Billy the Kid. A notorious robber and murderer, he was captured by Sheriff Pat Garrett in 1880, and was shot by Garrett after he escaped

Say Hey Kid in Mays, Willie British & World English

(1931-), US baseball player; known as the Say Hey Kid; full name Willie Howard Mays, Jr. A center fielder, he played for the New York (later San Francisco) Giants 1951–52, 1954–71 and the New York Mets 1971–72. Baseball Hall of Fame (1979)

handle someone/thing with kid gloves in kid gloves British & World English

Deal with someone or something very carefully or tactfully

the new kid on the block in block British & World English

A newcomer to a particular place or sphere of activity

handle or treat someone/thing with kid gloves in kid gloves British & World English

Deal with someone or something very carefully or tactfully