from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun a pen with small metal ball as point of transfer of ink to paper; same as
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- noun A BIRO brand
- noun by extension, UK, New Zealand Any ballpoint pen.
- noun by extension Ink from a ballpoint pen.
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- noun a pen that has a small metal ball as the point of transfer of ink to paper
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She seemed to have Lord Mark Malloch-Brown's name biro'ed on her proverbial sleeve.
Redtabby - "biro" is used in England to mean a ballpoint pen.
I am listening to your day-tales, though I wonder that this time might be better spent mistranslating health warnings from foreign cigarettes and pasting them to a gallery wall or, perhaps, composing a biro haiku on the arch of a foot, proclaiming:
I bet if God had a biro things would have been different but men wrote those books.
I take a notepad everywhere I go, have a tiny pad in my purse – with biro – and am not usually far away from my laptop. .god bless laptops … only wish I could justify roaming internet … jodicleghorn permalink
He remembers embellishing a paperback edition of William Burroughs's Dead Fingers Talk with needle tracks in red biro, and as a teenager took up drinking and smoking with gusto.
I kinda agree that it ould have being easier if God got a biro to write those books by self
This week only, buy two biro ` s and get one free!
When my children were young, I used to attach a little tag or a piece of white cotton ribbon - to scissors for ex - and write with black Bic biro the place where the object had to be returned to.
Stay safe, and whoever can nick an RBS biro and get a photo of it onto Gadgets blog wins a bag of doughnuts. on April 1, 2009 at 9: 02 pm | Reply It was like that when I signed for it