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bint

 (bĭnt)
n. Chiefly British & Offensive
A woman or girl.

[Arabic, daughter; see bn in Semitic roots.]

bint

(bɪnt)
n
offensive slang a derogatory term for girl, woman
[C19: from Arabic, literally: daughter]

bint

(bɪnt)

n.
usage: This term is usually used with disparaging intent and perceived as insulting. It was in common use by British soldiers during World War I and II.
n.
Brit. Slang: Usually Disparaging and Offensive. (a term used to refer to a woman or girl).
[1850–55; < Arabic: girl]
Translations

bint

[bɪnt] N (Brit) (pej) → tía f (Sp) , tronca f, titi f
References in periodicals archive ?
Unemployed hairdresser Paul Bints, 35, stole the car to convince Andrea McLaren that he was a merchant banker who had bought Vodafone for pounds 76million.
A Glasgow Sheriff Court jury had earlier taken just 20 minutes to convict Edinburgh man Bints of taking the top of the range sports car from Glasgow's Anniesland Trade Centre in July this year.
SERIAL conman Paul Bints was yesterday jailed for 33 months.
Bints stole a pounds 55,000 Aston Martin to impress a nurse he was trying to fool into believing he was a merchant banker who had just bought a phone firm for pounds 76million.
Andrea McLaren, 25, fell for plausible Paul Bints - nicknamed King Con after a series of stings across Britain - when he pretended to be a multi-millionaire.
Bints, who lied his way into the beds of a string of beautiful women, offered to buy the pretty nurse a drink in an Edinburgh bar.
Paul Bints, 35, passed himself off as a flamboyant millionaire to dupe garage staff in Glasgow into believing he was a well-heeled customer.
Last night, a detective who has worked closely on Paul Bints' crimes said: "The man is a pathological liar.
Jobless hairdresser Paul Bints, 36, told his ex-fiancee, Nicola Gonelli that he was a high-flying barrister working on the Lockerbie trial.
Campbell, proprietor of Anniesland Trade Centre, told Glasgow Sheriff Court that accused Paul Bints, 35, persuaded him to stop for lunch in Glasgow on July 11 while a banker's draft was prepared.
Paul Bints set himself up as a wealthy nightclub and hotel owner before escaping with the flash pounds 55,000 DB7, it is alleged.
Paul "King Con" Bints, 35, had told Nicola Gonelli he had a London mansion and classic car collection.