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1.A long, narrow strip of fabric, used for tying something or for decoration.
‘the tiny pink ribbons in her hair'
‘four lengths of ribbon '
‘The pink ribbon is the generic symbol for breast cancer awareness throughout the world.'
‘Now they'll all have pink ribbons on them thanks to you.'
‘Her first effort involved a pair of handkerchiefs, a length of pink ribbon and a thread to stitch them together - made simply to free herself from the grip of the corset.'
2.A ribbon of a special colour or design awarded as a prize or worn to indicate the holding of an honour, especially a small multicoloured piece of ribbon worn in place of the medal it represents.
‘his medal ribbons were bright as a rainbow'
‘He opened it to reveal a collection of small medals and ribbons .'
‘Rawlinson's London Times obituary said that he wore his ribbons and decorations ‘worthily,' having earned all of them.'
‘Every competitor is given an award - a gold, silver or bronze medal or a ribbon .'
‘There was a time when police officers looked smart, were uniform in appearance, had somewhere to display their medal ribbons , and all without detriment to comfort or personal protection.'
‘in the Silk Cup trophy class Mullins stayed in the ribbons '
‘In our amateur classes, we were actually in the ribbons , having our names announced for the first time!'
4.A long, narrow strip.
‘slice the peppers into ribbons lengthways'
‘Then there was hamachi lightly braised in ginger tea, and yellowtail tataki crusted in pepper and laid in ribbons over slices of peach and soft avocado.'
‘An orange ribbon of flame is charring its way across more than 20,000 acres near Los Angeles.'
‘Northern lights are ribbons of different colored lights that streak across the sky.'
‘It was sleeting, and my team spotted a ribbon of smoke in the forest and wheeled off the road to a campfire, around which huddled six Lithuanian cyclists.'
5.A narrow band of impregnated material wound on a spool and forming the inking agent in some typewriters and computer printers.
‘the notes had been typed on an old portable with a faded ribbon '
‘David waited tables, sold typewriter ribbons , and even delivered singing telegrams.'
‘My assignments never looked so good and when I wasn't printing, I'd put the ribbon in the fridge to make it last longer.'
‘In 1888, the typewriter ribbon was patented by Jacob L. Wortman.'
‘Final reports were prepared on manual typewriters with two-color ribbons so that totals appeared in red.'
1.A narrow band of impregnated material wound on a spool and forming the inking agent in some typewriters and computer printers.
‘miles of concrete ribboned behind the bus'
2.Extend or move in a long, narrow strip like a ribbon.
‘The pathway is now used by people who walk, run or cycle along the scenic trails, which ribbon in and around Canmore.'
‘Just when the filigree of family ties here splays open from my blood, ravelling into the mossy veins ribboning along through the dark peat, shadows in another land take form, tugging on my twine of years tangled in that other place.'
‘Let it ribbon through holiday centerpieces, over mantels or stream it across doorways.'
‘But dead ahead, far away across the valley where the ground began to rise sharply again in stands of pine, a narrow white swath of cleared ground ribboned through the dark trees, clearly visible.'