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Barbie doll

An attractive girl or woman, often one who seems ditzy or vapid. A: "Wow, that girl is gorgeous!" B: "Yeah, but have you talked to her? She seems like a real Barbie doll."
See also: doll

Barbie doll

n. a pretty, giddy girl or woman. Ask that little Barbie doll if she wants a drink.
See also: doll
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Barbie Dolls are seen in celebration of Barbie's 60th Anniversary and International Women's Day at the Empire State Building on March 8, 2019 in New York City.
, the company that distributes Barbie dolls in the country.
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Makers Mattel estimate that more than a billion Barbie dolls have been sold worldwide in more than 150 countries.
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Barbie dolls in the likeness of Elizabeth Taylor (L-R), Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe are displayed in collector Jian Yang's home in Singapore on September 2.
Iran's morality police have started cracking down on the sale of Barbie dolls to protect the public from western cultural attacks on Islamic values, shopkeepers told Reuters Monday.
The forms have pre-listed wishes of exciting gifts like playstations, Ipods, cricket kits, bicycles, barbie dolls, etc.
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