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English definition of “bumpy”


adjective uk   /ˈbʌm.pi/ us  
not smooth: We drove along a narrow, bumpy road. It might be a bumpy flight (= an uncomfortable and rough flight) because there's a lot of air turbulence ahead.Rough, irregular and uneven
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