English version

babe

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbabebabe /beɪb/ noun [countable]  1 literaryBABY/HAVE A BABY a babybabe in arms (=one that has to be carried)2 WOMAN spoken informal a word for an attractive young woman3 TALK TO somebodyINSULT spoken informal not polite a way of speaking to a young woman, often considered offensive4 TALK TO somebodyLOVE spoken a way of speaking to someone you love, especially your wife or husband5 babe in the woods
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babeRex is sleeping like a babe.Jack could not have looked more out of place if he'd been a Baywatch babe in a nunnery.And I really dig those cute babes looking on!Hey, babe, how are you?Brad's a total babe.Except for meeting you, babe, of course.babe in armsa woman with a babe in armsThere is a monument to those who fell - men, women, children, babes in arms and the aged.
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