Definition of bingo wings in English:

bingo wings

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noun

British informal
Folds of loose flesh or skin hanging from the undersides of a woman’s upper arms.
More example sentences
  • There aren't many women beyond their late 30's, in truth, who I can think of who don't have bingo wings.
  • Devotees often sport 'bingo wings' - ill-advised displays of generous upper-arm flesh.
  • The award for most catty remark went to Jackie, who said that a woman in the crowd had 'bingo wings'.

Origin

1990s: from an association with the game of bingo, in which the loose flesh may be visible when a winner calls out and raises their card.

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