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"Bimbo" means an attractive but stupid young woman. Example: Linda says most of the women who marry professional footballers look like bimbos whose main interest in life is shopping.

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“Phrasal verbs” are small phrases composed of a verb and adverb or preposition. The meaning of a phrasal verb is usually entirely different than the words may suggest; this tends to cause people learning English as a second language to want to pull their hair out. The good news about phrasals? Often the meaning can be determined by the subject of conversation.

Phrasal Verbs: Food and Drink