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bandeau

[ ban-doh, ban-doh ]
/ bænˈdoʊ, ˈbæn doʊ /
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noun, plural ban·deaux [ban-dohz, ban-dohz]. /bænˈdoʊz, ˈbæn doʊz/.
a headband, especially one worn about the forehead.
a narrow brassiere.
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Origin of bandeau

1700–10; <French; Old French bandel, equivalent to bandeband2 + -el<Latin -illus diminutive suffix
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British Dictionary definitions for bandeau

bandeau
/ (ˈbændəʊ) /

noun plural -deaux (-dəʊz)
a narrow band of ribbon, velvet, etc, worn round the head
a bikini top in the form of narrow band of material

Word Origin for bandeau

C18: from French, from Old French bandel a little band ²
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