Translation of "bust" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun uk /bʌst/

a woman’s breasts, or the measurement around a woman’s breasts and back

I couldn’t find any blouses in my bust size.

a model of the head and shoulders of a person

There was a bust of Mahler on his desk.
verb uk /bʌst/ (busted or UK also bust, busted or UK also bust )

informal to break something

Oh no! I bust his MP3 player.
→ Idioms bust a gut , bust out/up laughing → Phrasal verbs bust up , bust sth up
adjective uk /bʌst/

UK informal (US busted) broken

I think my watch is bust.
go bust

If a company goes bust, it is forced to close because it is financially unsuccessful.

quebrar, ir a la quiebra
More than 20 companies in the district went bust during the last three months.

(Translation of “bust” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


noun /bast/

a woman’s chest

busto, pecho
She has a very small bust.

a sculpture of a person’s head and shoulders

a bust of Julius Caesar.

(Translation of “bust” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)