Definition of doobry in English:

doobry

Line breaks: doo¦bry
Pronunciation: /ˈduːbri
 
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(also doobrey or doobrie /ˈduːbri/)

noun (plural doobries or doobreys /ˈduːbrɪz/)

British informal
  • another term for doodah. you know, the little plastic doobry that covers the connector
    More example sentences
    • I'm not altogether sure what happened to these pellets - I assume they got shipped out elsewhere and turned in to all manner of plastic thingamabobs, doobries and wotsits - but that didn't really matter.
    • Secondly, it is dependent on the success of its software partners in porting the necessary doobries to its platform.
    • Something I neglected to mention: Before coming out here, I created two wealth-attractor doobries.

Origin

1950s: of unknown origin.

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