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bump

verb /bamp/
to knock or strike (something)
dar(se) un golpe
She bumped into me I bumped my head against the ceiling.
bumper noun (British ) a bar on a motor vehicle to lessen damage when it collides with anything; fender (American)
parachoques
The collision left a dent in the bumper.
bumpy adjective ( comparative bumpier, superlative bumpiest) uneven
accidentado
a bumpy road.
bump into phrasal verb to meet (someone) by accident
encontrar por casualidad
I bumped into him in the street.
bump off phrasal verb (slang) to murder someone
cargar, liquidar
A mafia boss had him bumped off.
Translations of “bump”
in Korean 부딪히다…
in Arabic يَرْتَطِم…
in French (se) cogner (contre/dans)…
in Italian sbattere, urtare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 撞撃, 碰, 撞…
in Russian ударять(ся)…
in Turkish çarpmak, vurmak, bindirmek…
in Polish uderzyć (się), walnąć (się)…
in Portuguese esbarrar…
in German prallen, stoßen…
in Catalan donar-se un cop a…
in Japanese ~をぶつける, ~にぶつかる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 撞击, 碰, 撞…
(Definition of bump from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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