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bimbo

[ bim-boh ]
/ ˈbɪm boʊ /
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noun, plural bim·bos, bim·boes.Slang.
Also bim·bette [bim-bet] /bɪmˈbɛt/ . an attractive but stupid young woman.
a foolish, stupid, or inept person.
a man or fellow, often a disreputable or contemptible one.
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Origin of bimbo

First recorded in 1915–20, Americanism; perhaps from Italian bimbo “baby”
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British Dictionary definitions for bimbo

bimbo
/ (ˈbɪmbəʊ) /

noun plural -bos or -boes
an attractive but empty-headed young woman
a person, esp a foolish one

Word Origin for bimbo

C20: from Italian: little child, perhaps via Polari
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