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  1. babe

    • IPA[beɪb]

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    • n.
      a sexually attractive young woman;an affectionate form of address, typically for someone with whom one has a sexual or romantic relationship
    • noun: babe, plural noun: babes

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    • 1. a sexually attractive young woman:

      he's been pumping up his pecs to impress the babes

    • 2. an affectionate form of address, typically for someone with whom one has a sexual or romantic relationship:

      hey babes, I know it is unscrupulous and underhand, but don't blame me!

      it was the best day of my life—except for meeting you, babe

    • 3. a baby:

      you have a babe, who will surely be treated as a king when he grows

    • 4. an innocent or helpless person:

      I wish you weren't quite such a babe

    • n. a man who is very attractive to women:

    • when it comes to women, he's a veritable babe magnet

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    • n. a man who is very attractive to women:

    • when it comes to women, he's a veritable babe magnet

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    • ph. (1911–56), US track and field athlete and golfer; full name Mildred Ella Didrikson Zaharias. After winning gold medals in the javelin throw and 80-meter hurdle events at the 1932 Olympic games, she turned to golf and won many major professional titles between 1936 and 1954.

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    • ph. (1895–1948), US baseball player; born George Herman Ruth; also known as the Bambino. He played for the Boston Red Sox 1914–19, the New York Yankees 1919–34, and the Boston Braves 1935. Originally a pitcher, he later became noted for his hitting, setting a record of 714 home runs that remained unbroken until 1974 and a single-season record in 1927 of 60 home runs that was not broken until 1961. Baseball Hall of Fame (1936).

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    • ph. (1895–1948), American baseball player; born George Herman Ruth. He played for the Boston Red Sox (1914–19), the New York Yankees (1919–34), and the Boston Braves (1935). He set a record of 714 home runs which remained unbroken until 1974.

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    • ph. a baby that is too young to walk

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    • ph. a baby that is too young to walk

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    • ph. an innocent or naive person, especially one in an unfamiliar or dangerous environment

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    • IPA[bāb]

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    • n.
      a sexually attractive young woman:
    • he's been pumping up his pecs to impress the babes

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