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Pronunciation: /bɪb/

Translation of bib in Spanish:


  • 1.1 (for baby) babero (masculine) to put on one's best bib and tucker ponerse* sus mejores galas, engalanarse
    Example sentences
    • He removed the grey bib from around my neck and handed me a piece of white tissue.
    • On a less emotional level, they found that cloth bibs were often scattered all over the house - and usually ended up in places where they weren't needed, such as an upstairs bedroom.
    • Through the production company, I've written three books, and I have a small line of T-shirts, umbrellas, kids clothes, and bibs.
    1.2 (on dungarees, apron) peto (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • But some of the silk eveningwear was fit for the most glamorous of parties, apron bibs floating across the chest then twisting into straps over the shoulders and asymmetrically across the back before dripping into a train.
    • The company has continued to add full and bib apron styles and colors, and it has expanded its line, and introduced a new poplin smock.
    • Unique to the garden store is a rugged nylon bib with five mesh pockets suitable for holding and organizing hand tools and seed packets.
    1.3 (on dress) pechera (feminine)

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