Ribbon (noun)

  1. A long, narrow strip of fabric, used especially for tying things together or decorating something.
  2. A similar strip of material used for printing, typing, or writing, especially in a typewriter or computer.

Origin:

Middle english riban, from old french ruban, from old high german roub┼Źn, of uncertain origin.

Examples:

  1. She tied a ribbon around the package.
  2. The dancer twirled with ribbons in her hair.
  3. He put a new ribbon in the typewriter.
  4. The gift was wrapped with a blue ribbon.
  5. She won first prize and was awarded a ribbon.
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