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bar·bie

(bär′bē)
n. pl. bar·bies Chiefly Australian Informal
A barbecue grill or pit.

barbie

(ˈbɑːbɪ) or

barby

n
informal chiefly Austral short for barbecue
Translations
barbika

barbie

[ˈbɑːrbi] (British, Australian) n (=barbecue)
(= event) → barbecue m
(= piece of equipment) → barbecue mbar billiards n (British) billard joué à l'aide de queues courtes et où des pièces de bois sont placées devant les trous

Barbie (doll)®

nBarbie-Puppe® f
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