Examples of bib in a Sentence
the old professor has been known to bib on occasion
Origin and Etymology of bib
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of bib
- a race bib
Recent Examples of bib from the Web
At an anniversary party Monday, Steve once again turned to the faux animal kingdom and arranged for a singing pink gorilla in bib overalls to come and present Diane with a surprise envelope.
Here, watch this highlight video, and put a bib on to catch the drool that’s going to spill out of your mouth.
The giant man-bib also folds up into a pouch for convenient storage or on-the-go use.
In another case from March, a viral video posted to Facebook showed a crying baby — wearing a onesie and a bib — alone in the middle of a roadway in Utica, New York.
Actor Jon Hamm, wearing bib overalls, laments being stuck after his old truck breaks down in a Dust Bowl setting in an H&R Block commercial.
La Casa de Campana came with its own chef, Sergio, a warm, polite man who always wore a red shirt, a black bib, and a piratical black bandanna.
At the time, Gibb hid in the bushes until the start of the race and did not wear an official bib, according to the BAA.
Mushers departed Willow Sunday in two-minute intervals, so those with lower bib numbers like Ryan Redington (No. 7) received a slight head start.
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First Known Use of bib
BIB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bib for English Language Learners
: a piece of cloth or plastic that is worn under a baby's chin while the baby is eating
: the part of a piece of clothing (such as an apron) that covers the area above a person's waist
BIB Defined for Kids
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