barbie

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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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Barbie's full name is actually Barbara Millicent Roberts, and she supposedly hails from the fictional town of Willows, Wisconsin.
She is from Willows, Wisconsin in the US and went to Willows High School.
The Barbie books released in the 1960s say that she was born on March 9, 1959, as Barbara Millicent Roberts in Willows, Wisconsin, USA, and that she attended Willows High School and Manhattan International High School in New York City.
The Barbie Store not just sells the 11-inch slender dolls; it sells everything that a young girl needs to become Barbara Millicent Roberts, the famous blonde from the fictional town of Willows, Wisconsin.