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  • Bib — Bib, n. [From {Bib}, v., because the bib receives the drink that the child slavers from the mouth.] 1. A small piece of cloth worn by children over the breast, to protect the clothes. [1913 Webster] 2. (Zo[ o]l.) An arctic fish ({Gadus luscus}),… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bib — [bıb] n [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Probably from bib to drink (14 20 centuries), perhaps from Latin bibere; BIBULOUS] 1.) a piece of cloth or plastic tied under a baby s chin to protect its clothes when it is eating 2.) the part of an ↑apron,… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bib — [ bıb ] noun count 1. ) a piece of cloth that is tied round a baby s neck and hangs down to protect its clothes while eating or drinking 2. ) a square part above the waist of some types of skirt or pants that covers your chest someone s best bib… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bib — ► NOUN 1) a piece of cloth or plastic fastened under a child s chin to keep its clothes clean while it is eating. 2) the upper front part of an apron or pair of dungarees. 3) a common inshore fish of the cod family. ● one s best bib and tucker Cf …   English terms dictionary

  • Bib — Bib, v. i. To drink; to sip; to tipple. [1913 Webster] He was constantly bibbing. Locke. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bib — Bib, Bibbe Bibbe, v. t. [L. bibere. See {Beverage}, and cf. {Imbibe}.] To drink; to tipple. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] This miller hath . . . bibbed ale. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bib — [bib] n. m. ÉTYM. V. 1970; probablt de bibendum, nom déposé par Michelin pour divers produits, pneus, canots pneumatiques, etc. ❖ ♦ Mar. Canot de survie pneumatique qui se gonfle automatiquement. || Des bibs …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • bib — [bib] vt., vi. bibbed, bibbing [ME bibben < L bibere,IMBIBE] Archaic to drink; imbibe; tipple n. 1. an apron like cloth or plastic napkin tied under a child s chin at meals 2. the front upper part of an apron or overalls …   English World dictionary

  • bib — (n.) linen worn over the breast while eating, 1570s, from verb bibben to drink (late 14c.), imitative of lip sounds, or else from L. bibere (see IMBIBE (Cf. imbibe)), but difficult now to say whether this is because it was worn while drinking or… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Bib — abbrev. 1. Bible 2. Biblical …   English World dictionary