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ted·dy

 (tĕd′ē)
n. pl. ted·dies
1. A woman's undergarment combining a camisole top and panties.
2. A teddy bear.
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teddy

(ˈtɛdɪ)
n, pl -dies
(Clothing & Fashion) a woman's one-piece undergarment, incorporating a chemise top and panties
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ted•dy

(ˈtɛd i)

n., pl. -dies.
1. Often, teddies.a woman's one-piece undergarment combining a chemise and underpants.
[(definition 1) 1920–25, Amer.; of uncertain orig.]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.teddy - plaything consisting of a child's toy bear (usually plush and stuffed with soft materials)teddy - plaything consisting of a child's toy bear (usually plush and stuffed with soft materials)
plaything, toy - an artifact designed to be played with
2.teddy - a woman's sleeveless undergarmentteddy - a woman's sleeveless undergarment  
shoulder strap, strap - a band that goes over the shoulder and supports a garment or bag
undergarment, unmentionable - a garment worn under other garments
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Translations
دُمْيَة الدُّب المَحْشو
medvídek
legetøjsbamse
játékmackó
bangsi
meškiukas
rotaļu lācītis
medvedík

teddy

[ˈtedɪ]
A. N (also teddy bear) → osito m (de peluche)
B. CPD teddy boy N (Brit) hombre vestido a la moda de los rockeros de los años 50 y considerado a menudo una persona violenta
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

teddy

[ˈtɛdi] nnounours mteddy bear teddy-bear nours m en peluche, nounours m
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

teddy (bear)

nTeddy(bär) m
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

teddy

(ˈtedi) plural ˈteddies noun
(also teddy bear) a child's stuffed toy bear.
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"Well done to everyone who competed in the teddy races and entered their teddies into the best in show competition, and thank you to the parks team for making the day such a success."
Noah Houlston is rolling around on a sofa with a plastic Tyrannosaurus Rex under one arm and two well-worn blue teddies under the other.
All of the adorable children in the three to five age group shared their meals with their teddies and, of course, with each other.
TRAFFIC officers are to start carrying teddies in their cars to give to young children they meet while responding to road accidents.
Northumbria Police launched its 'Trauma Teddies' scheme in September with a pilot in Newcastle.
Last week, Aidan Jackson, 14, from Widnes, filled Select Stadium with teddies in honour of Olivia Walker, who died in 2014.
Families who brought along their teddies were encouraged to share stories about their special bear, including where they were from and the experiences they have shared together.
The bears were taken up in a fire truck and all teddies completing the jump received a bravery certificate.
And you're liable to end up in attics or the back of wardrobes when Santa Claus delivers lots of new teddies at Christmas.
Too Many Teddies is a children's picturebook about the value and virtue of generosity.
Brooklyn, NY, February 10, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Touring Teddies delights today's kids with a gift experience that is both new… and foreign.
Suzanne Bond, 29, bought Tatty Teddies on the high street and dipped them in fragrant wax before selling them on.