popsy

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popsy

(ˈpɒpsɪ)
n, pl -sies
old-fashioned slang Brit an attractive young woman
[C19: diminutive formed from pop, shortened from poppet; originally a nursery term]
Translations

popsy

[ˈpɒpsɪ] Nchica f

popsy

n (dated sl)Biene f (dated inf), → Puppe f (dated inf)
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But the fact they're glamorous and get their boobies out now and again allows the snipers to dismiss them as popsies.
Beloved husband of Sylvia, devoted dad of Susan, Nigel, Noel, Colin and Juliet, much loved Grandad and Popsies.
All write for tabloids which daily titivate (no pun intended) the ogling classes with topless page three popsies.
Certainly without them around there wouldn't be much getting done in the having babies department and the world would be an awfully drab place sans a few popsies brightening the corners here and there.
Similarly, Mark Sell as the philandering Claude who pays popsies with tins of company biscuits and Jacqueline Roberts as his highly verbal wife were both fine.
Not that he was anything less than a high-flyer in the Seventies - as many a pit popsie could no doubt vouch.