[pin-uh-fawr, -fohr] /ˈpɪn əˌfɔr, -ˌfoʊr/
a child’s apron, usually large enough to cover the dress and sometimes trimmed with flounces.
a woman’s sleeveless garment derived from it, low-necked, tying or buttoning in the back, and worn as an apron or as a dress, usually over a blouse, a sweater, or another dress.
(mainly Brit) an apron, esp one with a bib
(mainly Brit) short for pinafore dress
(mainly US) an overdress buttoning at the back
“sleeveless apron worn by children,” 1782, from pin (v.) + afore “on the front.” So called because it was originally pinned to a dress front.
- Pinafore dress
noun 1. (Brit) a sleeveless dress worn over a blouse or sweater Often shortened to pinafore US and Canadian name jumper
[pi-nang] /pɪˈnæŋ/ noun 1. the betel palm or its nut. [pi-nang, -nahng] /pɪˈnæŋ, -ˈnɑŋ/ noun 1. .
[pee-nar; English pee-nahr] /piˈnar; English piˈnɑr/ noun, plural pinards [pee-nar; English pee-nahrz] /piˈnar; English piˈnɑrz/ (Show IPA). French Informal. 1. .
- Pinar del rio
[pee-nahr th el ree-aw] /piˈnɑr ðɛl ˈri ɔ/ noun 1. a city in W Cuba. /Spanish piˈnar ðɛl ˈrrio/ noun 1. a city in W Cuba: tobacco industry. Pop: 158 000 (2005 est)