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  1. bump

    • IPA[bʌmp]

    英式

    • n.
      a light blow or a jolting collision;(on a person's birthday) a custom by which the person is lifted by the arms and legs and let down on to the ground, once for each year of their age
    • v.
      knock or run into someone or something with a jolt;hurt or damage (something) by striking it on something else
    • verb: bump, 3rd person present: bumps, gerund or present participle: bumping, past tense: bumped, past participle: bumped

    • noun: bump, plural noun: bumps

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    • 1. knock or run into someone or something with a jolt I almost bumped into him she ran to the desk, bumping against an armchair 同義詞 hit, ram, bang (into), collide with, be in collision with, ... 更多反義詞 miss
    • hurt or damage (something) by striking it on something else she bumped her head on the sink
    • (in a race) gain a bump against.
    • 2. move or travel with a succession of jolting movements the car bumped along the rutted track 同義詞 bounce, jolt, jerk, rattle, shake, ... 更多
    • push (something) jerkily in a specified direction she had to bump the pushchair down the steps
    • 3. (of an airline) refuse (a passenger) a reserved place on a flight as a consequence of deliberate overbooking if you check in on time and are bumped, you will be entitled to a full refund
    • North American displace from a job or role, especially in favour of someone else she was bumped for a youthful model
    • 4. (in an online forum) post on (an inactive thread) in order to move it to the top of the list of active threads if no one responds after 24 hours, you can bump your thread
    • n.
      a party game similar to musical chairs, in which the player who is last to sit on the floor ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      increase something

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      increase something

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a gesture of greeting or celebration in which two people jump and push their chests together: a celebratory chest bump from the team's coach
    • v.
      greet or celebrate with (someone) by jumping and pushing one's chest against theirs: he went to chest-bump a teammate they chest-bumped and high-fived

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a gesture of greeting in which two people lightly tap their elbows together as an alternative ... they encouraged attendees to use hand sanitizer and shun handshakes for elbow bumps
    • v.
      greet (someone) by lightly tapping one's elbow against theirs as an alternative to a ... he elbow-bumped parishioners as they exited we elbow-bumped and bid each other a good night

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a gesture of greeting in which two people lightly tap their elbows together as an alternative ... they encouraged attendees to use hand sanitizer and shun handshakes for elbow bumps
    • v.
      greet (someone) by lightly tapping one's elbow against theirs as an alternative to a ... he elbow-bumped parishioners as they exited we elbow-bumped and bid each other a good night

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a gesture of greeting or celebration in which two people jump and push their chests together: a celebratory chest bump from the team's coach
    • v.
      greet or celebrate with (someone) by jumping and pushing one's chest against theirs: he went to chest-bump a teammate they chest-bumped and high-fived

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a gesture of greeting or affirmation in which two people lightly tap each other's clenched fist: El Duque walked in and traded a fist bump with his catcher
    • v.
      greet (someone) by lightly tapping their clenched fist with one's own: politicians were soon fist-bumping one another on TV chat shows two lawyers walked into the hall and fist-bumped before getting on the elevator

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    美式

    • n.
      a light blow or a jolting collision: a nasty bump on the head
    • v.
      knock or run into someone or something with a jolt: I almost bumped into him she bumped the girl with her hip

    Oxford American Dictionary