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Ethel: Dang, that Bobby just fixed my car, punched a rhino, and cooked an awesome dinner for 50 people in one day. What a beast. I wish he was mine.

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Bobby definition is - police officer. How to use bobby in a sentence. Did You ... Subscribe to America's largest dictionary and get thousands more definitions and  ...

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Origin of bobby. 1835–45; special use of Bobby, for Sir Robert Peel, who set up the Metropolitan Police system of London in 1828 ...

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Definition of bobby - a police officer.

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Many socks stores carry bobby socks, and they can also be ordered through specialty suppliers and uniform companies, or knitted by hand, for people who are ...

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Define bobby. bobby synonyms, bobby pronunciation, bobby translation, English dictionary definition of bobby. n. pl. bob·bies Chiefly British A police officer. n ...

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See also: Bobby ... bobby (plural bobbies). (Britain, slang) ... Hellweg, Paul (1986 ) The Insomniac's Dictionary , Facts On File Publications, →ISBN, page 108.

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Bobby definition: A bobby is a British police officer, usually of the lowest rank. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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bobby definition: noun pl. -·biesBrit., Informal a British policemanOrigin of bobbyafter Sir Robert Peel, nicknamed Bobby, who reorganized the London police ...