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lol·ly

 (lŏl′ē)
n. pl. lol·lies Chiefly British
1.
a. A piece of candy, especially hard candy.
b. A lollipop.
2. Money.

[Short for lollipop.]

lolly

(ˈlɒlɪ)
n, pl -lies
1. (Cookery) an informal word for lollipop
2. (Cookery) Brit short for ice lolly
3. (Banking & Finance) Brit and Austral and NZ a slang word for money
4. informal Austral and NZ a sweet, esp a boiled one
5. do the lolly do one's lolly informal Austral to lose one's temper
[shortened from lollipop]

lol•ly

(ˈlɒl i)

n., pl. -lies. Brit. Informal.
1. a piece of hard candy, esp. a lollipop.
2. money.
[1850–55; shortening of lollipop]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lolly - informal terms for moneylolly - informal terms for money    
money - the most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender; "we tried to collect the money he owed us"
2.lolly - ice cream or water ice on a small wooden sticklolly - ice cream or water ice on a small wooden stick; "in England a popsicle is called an ice lolly"
frozen dessert - any of various desserts prepared by freezing
Translations
كَلِمَة عامِيَّه تعني: المالمَصَّاْصَةمَصّاصَة من البوظَه
eskymolízátkoprachy
ispindslikkepindstakater
tikkari
lizalica
jégkrém
peningarsleikibrjóstssykur, ís-/frostpinni
棒付きキャンデー
막대사탕
eskimoprachy
lizikalučka
klubba
อมยิ้ม
kẹo

lolly

[ˈlɒlɪ] N
1. = lollipop A
2. (Brit) (= money) → pasta f, lana f (LAm)

lolly

[ˈlɒli] n
(= ice lolly) → glace f à l'eau
(= lollipop) → sucette f
(= money) → fric m

lolly

n (esp Brit)
(inf: = lollipop) → Lutscher m; an ice lollyein Eis ntam Stiel
(inf: = money) → Kohle f (inf)

lolly

[ˈlɒlɪ] n (Brit) (fam)
a. (lollipop) → lecca lecca m inv (also ice lolly) → ghiacciolo
b. (money) → grana, quattrini mpl

lollipop

(ˈlolipop) noun
a large sweet on a stick for sucking.
lolly (ˈloli) plural ˈlollies noun
1. a lollipop, or a similar type of sweet made of ice-cream etc. an ice-lolly.
2. a slang word for money.

lolly

مَصَّاْصَة lízátko slikkepind Lutscher γλειφιτζούρι paleta, piruleta tikkari sucette lizalica lecca-lecca 棒付きキャンデー 막대사탕 lolly slikkepinne lizak chupa-chupa, pirulito леденец на палочке klubba อมยิ้ม lolipop kẹo 冰棍
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