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bandy legs

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  • bandy legs — noun outward curvature of the legs • Syn: ↑bow leg, ↑bow legs • Hypernyms: ↑disability, ↑disablement, ↑handicap, ↑impairment …   Useful english dictionary

  • bandy — I. /ˈbændi / (say bandee) verb (t) (bandied, bandying) 1. to pass from one to another, or back and forth; give and take. 2. to throw or strike to and fro, or from side to side, as a ball in tennis. –noun (plural bandies) 3. → bandy ball. 4. a… …  

  • bandy — I UK [ˈbændɪ] / US verb Word forms bandy : present tense I/you/we/they bandy he/she/it bandies present participle bandying past tense bandied past participle bandied bandy words Phrasal verbs: bandy around II UK [ˈbændɪ] / US adjective Word forms …   English dictionary

  • bandy — bandiness, n. /ban dee/, v., bandied, bandying, adj., n., pl. bandies. v.t. 1. to pass from one to another or back and forth; give and take; trade; exchange: to bandy blows; to bandy words. 2. to throw or strike to and fro or from side to side,… …   Universalium

  • bandy — 1. adj. (bandier, bandiest) 1 (of the legs) curved so as to be wide apart at the knees. 2 (also bandy legged) (of a person) having bandy legs. Etymology: perh. f. obs. bandy curved stick 2. v.tr. ( ies, ied) 1 (often foll. by about) a pass (a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bandy — ban|dy1 [ˈbændi] adj [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: Perhaps from bandy hockey stick (17 19 centuries), perhaps from French bandé, past participle of bander; BANDY2] bandy legs curve out at the knees >bandy legged [ˌbændi ˈlegd, ˈlegıd] adj bandy 2… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bandy — [16] To ‘bandy words with someone’ may go back to an original idea of ‘banding together to oppose others’. The word comes from French bander ‘oppose’, which is possibly a derivative of bande ‘group, company’ (source of English band). The rather… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • bandy — [16] To ‘bandy words with someone’ may go back to an original idea of ‘banding together to oppose others’. The word comes from French bander ‘oppose’, which is possibly a derivative of bande ‘group, company’ (source of English band). The rather… …   Word origins

  • bandy — ban|dy1 [ bændi ] verb bandy words to argue, especially when this is a waste of time ,bandy a round or ,bandy a bout phrasal verb transitive to mention something a lot, usually without thinking much about what you are saying: I don t want people… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bandy — 1 adjective bandy legs curve outwards at the knees bandy legged adjective 2 verb bandy words (with) old fashioned to quarrel with someone bandy sth about phrasal verb (T) to mention an idea, name, remark etc several times, especially to impress… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bandy — I adjective bandy legs Syn: bowed, curved, bent; bow legged, bandy legged Ant: straight II verb 1) a figure of $40,000 has been bandied about what s the latest story being bandied about? Syn: to …   Thesaurus of popular words

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