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Significado de “bump” - Diccionario Inglés

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bumpverb

uk   us   /bʌmp/

bump verb (HIT)

B2 [I + adv/prep] to ​hit something with ​force: She bumped into his ​tray, ​knocking the ​food onto his ​lap.B2 [T usually + adv/prep] to ​hurtpart of ​yourbody by ​hitting it against something hard: I bumped my ​head on the ​shelf as I ​stood up.
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bump verb (TRAVEL)

[I + adv/prep] to ​travel, usually in a ​vehicle, in an ​uncomfortable way because the ​surface you are ​moving over is ​rough: We bumped along the ​dirtroad in ​ourcar, ​holding on to ​ourseats.

bump verb (MOVE)

[T + adv/prep] to ​remove someone from a ​particularposition, sometimes to a different one: He had been ​playingbadly and was bumped from the ​team. They bumped me up to ​businessclass. She was bumped off the ​flight at the last ​minute.

bumpnoun [C]

uk   us   /bʌmp/

bump noun [C] (RAISED AREA)

C1 a round, ​raisedarea on a ​surface or on the ​body: Her ​bicyclehit a bump in the ​road and ​threw her off. Enrique had a ​nasty bump on his ​head from when he ​fell down.

bump noun [C] (HIT)

the ​sound of something ​falling to the ​ground: We ​heard a bump from the next ​room. an ​accidentinvolving a ​car, ​especially one that is not ​serious: A ​vandrove into ​theircar but ​luckily it was just a bump.

bump noun [C] (INCREASE)

mainly US an ​increase in something: There had been a bump in the ​number of ​students with ​learningdisorders.
(Definition of bump from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "bump" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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bumpnoun [C]

 us   /bʌmp/

bump noun [C] (RAISED AREA)

a ​raisedarea on a ​surface: The ​mosquitobitesleft bumps on her ​face.

bumpverb

 us   /bʌmp/

bump verb (HIT)

[I/T] to ​hit against something or someone, esp. by ​accident: [T] The ​childfell and bumped his ​head.

bump verb (PUSH AWAY)

[T] to move someone or something from a ​place, ​rank, or ​job: I ​knew if they got someone more ​qualified, I’d be bumped.
(Definition of bump from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “bump”
en coreano 부딪히다…
en árabe يَرْتَطِم…
in Malaysian terlanggar…
en francés (se) cogner (contre/dans)…
en ruso ударять(ся)…
en chino (tradicionál) 撞撃, 碰, 撞…
en italiano sbattere, urtare…
en turco çarpmak, vurmak, bindirmek…
en polaco uderzyć (się), walnąć (się)…
en español dar(se) un golpe…
in Vietnamese đụng mạnh…
en portugués esbarrar…
in Thai ชน…
en alemán prallen, stoßen…
en catalán donar-se un cop a…
en japonés ~をぶつける, ~にぶつかる…
en chino (simplificado) 撞击, 碰, 撞…
in Indonesian membentur…
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