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bib

noun /bib/
a cloth etc tied under a child’s chin to catch spilt food etc
babero
The baby was wearing a bib.
the top part of an apron or overalls, covering the chest.
peto
Translations of “bib”
in French bavette…
in German das Lätzchen, der Latz…
in Chinese (Traditional) (小孩的)圍涎,圍嘴,圍兜…
in Russian детский нагрудник…
in Turkish mama önlüğü, bebe önlüğü…
in Chinese (Simplified) (小孩的)围兜,围嘴…
in Polish śliniaczek…
(Definition of bib from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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