- bide one's time,
- bidirectional ventricular tachycardia
Origin of bidet
Examples from the Web for bidet
Bidet, writing in 1759, foreshadows the misery which marked the last thirty years of the ancien rgime.A History of Champagne|Henry Vizetelly
Word Origin for bidet
1620s, "small horse," from French bidet (16c.), of unknown etymology. Originally in French "a small horse, a pony," thus "a vessel on a low narrow stand, which can be bestridden for bathing purposes," a sense attested in English from 1766.