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A woman who is employed by a bar to encourage customers to spend money freely.

[b(ar) + girl.]


A woman or girl who engages in b-boying.

[b-, probably short for break (from the danceable breaks in funk recordings from which turntablists make breakbeat music to which b-boying is performed ) + girl.]



a woman employed by a bar to entertain customers and induce them to buy drinks.
[1935–40, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.B-girl - a woman employed by a bar to act as a companion to men customersB-girl - a woman employed by a bar to act as a companion to men customers
adult female, woman - an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
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A b-girl is strong, independent and kills it every time," says Welch.
And it's a natural progression for a Wolverhampton woman who made headlines in the 1980s as undisputed breakdancing queen B-girl Bubbles.
But if you'd rather just sit back and enjoy the mind-boggling action, there are two stand-out performances from some of the greatest B-Boy and B-Girl talent in the world to choose from.
Over the two days there are plenty of local performers, such as Antics, Dance Nuvo, Jigsaw and B-Girl Terra.
While the term breakdancing was used for this new way of moving to the beats in mainstream media, the dancers themselves use the term B-Boy and B-Girl, and engaging in the dance is known as B-Boying.
B-girl Terra is her name and she stormed the stage at the Chelles Battle Pro competition in Paris.
Today, an evolving and well connected B-Boy and B-Girl scene thrives around the world.
Through a close analysis of an excerpted interview with b-girl Rokafella, the author analyzes the complicated and layered play of racial, national, and gender differences in b-boying, and the cultural stakes that often go unarticulated.
B-Girl 12 If you liked You Got Served, Stomp The Yard, Step Up and Save The Last Dance, then you'll love this.
The bond between hip-hop and Bahrain has been growing tighter over the years with youth all over the island getting involved in the culture with rampant and sporadic street dance and b-boy and b-girl groups appearing everywhere," said organisers.
This decades-spanning feast of B-girl power from pioneers such as Nicki Giovanni through MC Lyte, Sweet Tee and Queen Latifah, on up to the mighty Missy Elliott comes from Soul Jazz, one of the UK's most educational reissue labels.
A breakdancer, breaker, b-boy or b-girl refers to a person who practices breakdancing.