lippy

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lip·py 1

(lĭp′ē)
adj. lip·pi·er, lip·pi·est
1. Speaking or responding in a rude or disrespectful way.
2. Full and sensuous. Used of lips.

[lip + -y.]

lip′pi·ness n.

lip·py 2

(lĭp′ē)
n. lip·pies Chiefly Australian Informal
Lipstick.

lippy

(ˈlɪpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
insolent or cheeky
n, pl -pies
(Clothing & Fashion) informal lipstick

lip•py

(ˈlɪp i)

adj. -pi•er, -pi•est.
1. having large or prominent lips.
2. Slang. impudent; fresh.
[1870–75]
lip′pi•ness, n.
Translations

lippy

[ˈlɪpɪ] ADJ (Brit) → contestón, descarado

lippy

[ˈlɪpi] (British)
adj (= cheeky) → insolent(e)
n (= lipstick) → rouge m à lèvreslip-read [ˈlɪpriːd] vilire sur les lèvreslip-reading [ˈlɪpriːdɪŋ] nlecture f labialelip salve n (British)pommade f pour les lèvreslip service n
to pay lip service to sth [+ idea, value] → reconnaître le mérite de qch pour la forme

lippy

n (Brit inf) → Lippenstift m
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