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n. pl. bim·bos Slang
A person, typically a woman, regarded as being intellectually vacuous and having an inordinate interest in appearing sexually seductive.
[Perhaps from Italian bimbo, baby.]
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n, pl -bos or -boes
1. an attractive but empty-headed young woman
2. a person, esp a foolish one
[C20: from Italian: little child, perhaps via Polari]
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n., pl. -bos, -boes. Slang.
1. an attractive but stupid young woman, esp. one with loose morals.
2. a foolish, stupid, or inept person.
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noun (Informal) Barbie (doll), dumb blonde, airhead, birdbrain, featherbrain I'm not some blonde bimbo.
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bimbo[ˈbɪmbəʊ] n (pej) → pollastrella, svampitella
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