teddy


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ted·dy

 (tĕd′ē)
n. pl. ted·dies
1. A woman's undergarment combining a camisole top and panties.
2. A teddy bear.

teddy

(ˈtɛdɪ)
n, pl -dies
(Clothing & Fashion) a woman's one-piece undergarment, incorporating a chemise top and panties

ted•dy

(ˈtɛd i)

n., pl. -dies.
1. Often, teddies.a woman's one-piece undergarment combining a chemise and underpants.
[(definition 1) 1920–25, Amer.; of uncertain orig.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.teddy - plaything consisting of a child's toy bear (usually plush and stuffed with soft materials)teddy - plaything consisting of a child's toy bear (usually plush and stuffed with soft materials)
plaything, toy - an artifact designed to be played with
2.teddy - a woman's sleeveless undergarmentteddy - a woman's sleeveless undergarment  
shoulder strap, strap - a band that goes over the shoulder and supports a garment or bag
undergarment, unmentionable - a garment worn under other garments
Translations
دُمْيَة الدُّب المَحْشو
medvídek
legetøjsbamse
játékmackó
bangsi
meškiukas
rotaļu lācītis
medvedík

teddy

[ˈtedɪ]
A. N (also teddy bear) → osito m (de peluche)
B. CPD teddy boy N (Brit) hombre vestido a la moda de los rockeros de los años 50 y considerado a menudo una persona violenta

teddy

[ˈtɛdi] nnounours mteddy bear teddy-bear nours m en peluche, nounours m

teddy (bear)

nTeddy(bär) m

teddy

(ˈtedi) plural ˈteddies noun
(also teddy bear) a child's stuffed toy bear.
References in classic literature ?
You and I will be twenty-six, Teddy, Beth twenty-four, and Amy twenty-two.
If Teddy doesn't pick him up by the tail, or try to put him in a cage, he'll run in and out of the house all day long.
At nightfall he ran into Teddy's nursery to watch how kerosene lamps were lighted, and when Teddy went to bed Rikki-tikki climbed up too.
It gave him confidence in himself, and when Teddy came running down the path, Rikki-tikki was ready to be petted.
But just as Teddy was stooping, something wriggled a little in the dust, and a tiny voice said: "Be careful.
In my haste I thrust the key into my pocket, and dropped my stick while I was chasing Teddy, who had run up the curtain.
Snake-catcher is what I call them, and Teddy is amazing quick on cobras.
So you've really got to Bun Hill at last, Teddy," said old Tom, beginning to talk and slackening his pace so soon as they were out of range of old Jessica.
I remember a time, Teddy, where there was bicycles no end, when you could stand just here--the road was as smooth as a board then--and see twenty or thirty coming and going at the same time, bicycles and moty-bicycles; moty cars, all sorts of whirly things.
All round 'ere, Teddy, there was people living in those 'ouses, and up the road more 'ouses and more people.
They used to be full of people, Teddy, and then came a time when they was full of corpses, when you couldn't go a mile that way before the stink of 'em drove you back.
There's them as runs down Teddy Phillips and says he ain't much of a teacher, but I guess he's all right.