Definition of Crosby, Bing in US English:

Crosby, Bing

proper noun

  • (1903–77), US singer and actor; born Harry Lillis Crosby. His songs include “Pennies from Heaven,”“Blue Skies,” and, in particular, “White Christmas” (introduced in the movie Holiday Inn, 1942), one of the best-selling songs of all time. He also starred in the series of Road movies from 1940 to 1962 with Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour.

Pronunciation

Crosby, Bing

/ˈkrôzbē/