"Mabhingo" in Zim slang means sunglasses but often in the context of fancy stylish dark shades that are worn either as a fashion statement or to hide the fact that you are as high as a kite.

Note: the proper Shona word for sunglasses is 'maboniboni' (or 'magirazi').


Example Usage:
  • Person 1 -- "Sei ma celebrity vachipfeka mabhingo ivo vasiri panze pane zuva?
  • Person 2 -- "Vanenge vakabatwa ndoyacho. Kuvhara kudhakwa."
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