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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Babies, Clothes
bibbib /bɪb/ noun [countable]  1 bib.jpg DHBDCCa piece of cloth or plastic tied under a baby’s chin to protect its clothes when it is eating2 DCCthe part of an apron, dungarees, or overalls that covers your chest3 your best bib and tucker
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bibHis head had dropped forward and over his chest a great mat of blood had spread like a bib.I felt like a country bumpkin in his bib overalls laughed right out of a formal ball.When it came time for my client to testify, he took the witness stand in his bib overalls.A lot of people still have that image of horseshoe pitchers being farmers in bib overalls.It felt fun, like tying on a lobster bib.Victoria's mucky bib came off her flower-sprigged Viyella dress and the chocolate pudding was sponged from her face.First he threw down his training bib, then he tried to make a point to coaches Dino Zoff and Giancarlo Oddi.
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