frisbee (plural frisbees)

  1. Alternative form of Frisbee

frisbee (frisbees, present participle frisbeeing; past and past participle frisbeed)

  1. Alternative form of Frisbee
    • 1991, Stephen Fry, The Liar, p. 59:
      Adrian went up to the stereo, took off the record and frisbee'd it out the open window. Gary watched it skim across the court.

1957, brand name Frisbee was trademarked in 1959 by Fred Morrison, later acquired by Wham-O. From an alteration of frisbie, applied to the disk game by U. Pronunciation
  • (America) IPA: /ˈfɹɪzbi/

frisbee (plural frisbees)

  1. A disk-shaped gliding toy.
  2. The sport involving Frisbees.
  • French: frisbee
  • German: Frisbee, Wurfscheibe
  • Italian: frisbee
  • Portuguese: frisbee
  • Russian: лета́ющий диск
  • Spanish: frisbee

frisbee (Frisbees, present participle Frisbeeing; past and past participle Frisbeed)

  1. To throw something in the manner of a Frisbee.
    The bartender Frisbeed a cardboard coaster to the patron at the end of the bar.

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