Definition of Bing Crosby from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Bing Crosby

 
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(1904-77) a US singer and film actor, known for his fine voice and relaxed style. His recording of White Christmas (1942) was the most popular Christmas song ever recorded. He won an Oscar for the film Going My Way (1944) and made a series of seven comedy films (1940-47) with Bob Hope, all with 'road' in the title, including Road to Morocco (1942).