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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Back in March Mandy Aubrey-Burden was invited to run two workshops at her old secondary school Willows High School in Cardiff.
Neilson Smith, a PE teacher at Willows High School, in Tremorfa, Cardiff, has pleaded not guilty to rape and is on trial at Cardiff Crown Court.
EDUCATING CARDIFF (Channel 4, 9pm) MATHS lessons have always had a pretty bad rap, and at Willows High School in Cardiff it's probably the most hated subject.
In the third episode, Willows High School head teacher Joy Ballard has her hands full dealing with two feisty Year 10 girls.
Documentary following pupils and staff at Willows High School, where head teacher Joy Ballard has helped turn around one of the Cardiff's worst-performing schools.
Documentary following pupils and staff at Willows High School, where head teacher Joy Ballard has helped turn around one of the Cardiff's worstperforming schools and introduced a house system with pupils competing against each other to give them a sense of home and pride.
The award-winning show returns, focusing on Willows High School in Cardiff, which four years ago was one of the worst performing in the city.
The series was filmed at Willows High School and charts the progress of the 700 pupils and 100 staff.
Willows High School in Cardiff was four years ago branded one of the worst performing schools in the country, but head teacher Joy Ballard is on a mission to turn the school's fortune's around.
Willows High School is featured in a popular Channel 4 documentary series.
He'sstudying full time at Coleg Glan Hafren while benefiting from two-days-a-week training at the superbly-equipped catering facilitiesatneighbouring Willows High School.
Willows High School in Cardiff is expecting to be over-subscribed for the first time in its 49-year history next year after a drive to alter what it says are misconceptions among some parents of pupils at surrounding primaries.