bish

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Noun[edit]

bish (plural bishes)

  1. (slang) Bitch (as a term of abuse).
    • 2016 December 17, Saturday Night Live, National Broadcasting Company:
      Hillary Rodham Clinton: On December 19th... / You're supposed to vote for Donald Trump / But bish... / ...He cray
  2. (Britain, slang, dated) A mistake.
    • 1952, Anthony Buckeridge, Jennings and Darbishire, London; Glasgow : Collins, page 64:
      "You — you don't mean you've made a bish of it?" [said Darbishire]
    • 1951, Anthony Buckeridge, Jennings Follows a Clue, ISBN 0-7551-1366-7, page 41:
      What on earth was the matter with him? He never made bishes like this during PT!
  3. (archaic or slang) bishop

Abbreviation[edit]

bish

  1. (chess) bishop

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