- n. Australia, New Zealand, UK, informal Short form of barbecue.
- From barbecue + -ie (“diminutive suffix”). (Wiktionary)
“April 9th, 2010 at 7: 13 pm muzz (brought to you by Screaming Yellow Zonkers) says: the wasilla barbie is great making points when her audience is spoon-fed to her.”
“(A little nothing in barbie doll pink that scrolled in on itself from both sides with the needles still in. * shrug* Mom laughed anyway.) * waves*”
“I believe we share the love for what I call barbie pinks make love, sweet) :-)”
“My daughter started on Barbie when she was younger and while barbie is a little more normal than Bratz I still didn’t like it.”
“I think "barbie" is the best gift for any little girl.”
“On Monday, all of the kids were running around with my elvis doll (a "barbie" type elvis doll) pretening it was a "voodoo doll.”
“I find it frustrating that the photo's by Lynn Johnson use an exerpt from SI that talk about her ready to "fully become a woman" which seems somehow linked to her getting her specially made "barbie" legs.”
“Malgres ses couleurs flashi elle ne fait vraiment pas du tout "barbie" mais bien "poupee de collection" comme les autres!!”
“On Saturday evening, I joined my co-supervisor David, one of his colleagues Julie, their spouses and some of their friends for a "barbie" braai, for those of you who might be confused :-P.”
“My mom's sisters kids (so I guess that would be MY COUSINS) were/are these super small town girls (one was named "barbie" ... like, Legally ...) and they used to come up to visit us, and they got this cat, and they named it Bon Jovi.”
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