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pin·ny

 (pĭn′ē)
n. pl. pin·nies
1. Informal A pinafore.
2. or penny Sports One of a set of uniformly colored, usually sleeveless shirts worn as a temporary team uniform, as when scrimmaging.

pinny

(ˈpɪnɪ)
n, pl -nies
(Clothing & Fashion) a child's or informal name for pinafore1
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pinny - a sleeveless dress resembling an apronpinny - a sleeveless dress resembling an apron; worn over other clothing
dress, frock - a one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice
Translations

pinny

[ˈpɪni] n (British)tablier m

pinny

n (Brit inf) → Schürze f

pinny

[ˈpɪnɪ] n (fam) → grembiule m
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Residents in the West Midlands have been asked to get involved in a Yorkshire pudding challenge - and they have just enough time to put their pinnies on.
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The culinary duo, a hit with viewers in Series 7, put on their pinnies and created a few festive treats for the special event to unveil the Ludlow and Oxford styles at Redrow's Langley Grange development in Wakefield Road.
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Girls Aloud's Kimberley Walsh and ex-Eternal singer Louise Redknapp are putting on their pinnies in a good cause and others appearing over the next four weeks include award-winning actress Alison Steadman, comedian and former MasterChef winner Ade Edmondson, singer Will Young, journalist and war reporter John Simpson and former Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls.
FREEMASONS - with their funny handshakes, pinnies, rolled up trouser legs, elaborate regalia and elaborate oaths - hate being treated as figures of fun.
Five more celebs pull on white pinnies for week three of the cooking contest.
Teachers and parents need do nothing but introduce their charges to O'Neill's picturebook, make sure that there is a generous stock of paper, paint and pinnies, and stand back at the ready with j-cloths and a floor mop.
From handmade notebooks to lace lampshades and pinnies made from tea towels, each of the craft recipes offers inspiration, while allowing you to give each a personal twist.
The Prime Minister's wife's efforts are to be sold to Downing Street staff to raise money, and she is aiming to inspire the nation to similarly get their pinnies on and bake for this year's Red Nose Day.
COUNTDOWN boffin Rachel Riley and former Blue Peter host Zoe Salmon stripped off to pose wearing just pinnies for Comic Relief.
DRESSED in rags and pinnies, these children turned back the clock to experience life in an Edwardian school.