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n. Chiefly British and Scots
1. A soft bread roll that is often dusted with flour and eaten for breakfast.
2. baps Vulgar Slang A woman's breasts.

[Originally Scots, of unknown origin.]


pl n
taboo slang Brit a woman's breasts
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Thanks to Ferrari's - Wales' largest independent bakery - we've got a pack of baps to give away to every reader.
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The authors report a lack of significant differences in BAP values, as measured by IRMA ("Ostase"), between pre- and postmenopausal women.
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Branded rolls and baps is a smaller sector of the market but is adding value, up 7% year-on-year, whereas own label is responsible for driving the volume increases.
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The event, organised by the children and young people of BAPS Coventry, will also be attended by the Lord Mayor, Coun Jack Harrison.
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