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A junior Girl Guide
A junior Girl Scout
A household spirit or ancestor revered in the modern pagan faith of Heathenry
a small rich cake, usually made with chocolate, usually brown and square
a mythical creature, a kind of elf that would do people's housework for them
A formerly popular type of box camera made by Kodak
The house spirit in Scottish superstition He is called in England Robin Goodfellow At night he is supposed to busy himself in doing little jobs for the family over which he presides Farms are his favourite abode Brownies are brown or tawny spirits, in opposition to fairies, which are fair or elegant ones (See Fairies ) “It is not long since every family of considerable substance was haunted by a spirit they called Browny, which did several sorts of work and this was the reason why they gave him offerings on what they called `Browny's stone ' ”- Martin: Scotland
Beer that comes in a brown glass bottle
a mythical creature, a kind of elf that would do peoples housework for them
The spelling Brownie is also used for meaning 2
The Brownies is a junior version of the Girl Guides in Britain for girls between the ages of seven and ten, or of the Girl Scouts in the United States for girls between the ages of six and eight. A Brownie is a girl who is a member of the Brownies. a thick flat chocolate cake
Brownies are small flat biscuits or cakes. They are usually chocolate flavoured and have nuts in them. chocolate brownies. a tray of brownies
square or bar of very rich chocolate cake usually with nuts
An imaginary good- natured spirit, who was supposed often to perform important services around the house by night, such as thrashing, churning, sweeping
(folklore) fairies that are somewhat mischievous
Girls aged 7 and 8 Brownies come after Sparks and before Guides
the mixture used to create brownies
{i} good imp, good leprechaun; junior member of the Girl Scouts; type of baked chocolate snack
Brand name of Kodak's first consumer box cameras The BROWNIE is the original consumer camera, developed by George Eastman in 1888
Brownie point
Credit or praise for good work or a good deed, often for the express purpose of currying favor

You're really going to get some brownie points from the teacher for that fantastic essay!.

brownie point
Alternative spelling of Brownie point
brownie points
plural form of brownie point
brownie points
1- a hypothetical currency, which can be accrued by doing good deeds or earning favour in the eyes of another, often one's superior.2- a notional credit for something done to please or win favour
brownie mix
a commercial mix for making brownies
brownie point
disapproval If someone does something to score brownie points, they do it because they think they will be praised for it. They're just trying to score brownie points with politicians. An amount of credit considered as earned, especially by favorably impressing a superior. Often used in the plural. to get praise for something you have done after trying to make someone have a good opinion of you
Alice B. Toklas brownie
A sweet cake or biscuit made with cannabis
hash brownie
a small rich cake, usually made with chocolate, usually brown and square, and imbued with hashish, typically 1/2 gram per cake
plural of brownie
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Definition von brownie im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

brownie kurabiye
(Gıda) brownie



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈbrounē/ /ˈbraʊniː/


    [ 'brau-nE ] (noun.) circa 1500. brown + -ie

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