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  • EN [ bʌmp]
  • US [ bʌmp]

English definition


  • 1. a lump on the body caused by a blow

  • 2. something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from a form

  • 3. an impact (as from a collision);

    • "the bump threw him off the bicycle"


  • 1. knock against with force or violence;

    • "My car bumped into the tree"
  • 2. come upon, as if by accident; meet with;

    • "We find this idea in Plato"
    • "I happened upon the most wonderful bakery not very far from here"
    • "She chanced upon an interesting book in the bookstore the other day"
  • 3. dance erotically or dance with the pelvis thrust forward;

    • "bump and grind"
  • 4. assign to a lower position; reduce in rank;

    • "She was demoted because she always speaks up"
    • "He was broken down to Sargeant"
  • 5. remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied;

    • "The new employee dislodged her by moving into her office space"

Example sentences

  • Bump integrator [ highways ]: Type of machine for measuring uneven road surfaces.

  • She got a bump on her head.

  • The constant jerking of the train caused their shoulders to bump together at intervals.

  • I had a bump on my leg.

  • Stop! You are going to bump that tree! B : Stop yelling!

  • I would bump into them around town.

  • I heard a bump in the next room.

  • To bump into sb.

  • Abby used to come home every other day with a bump or a bruise.

  • People mainly face this problem when they accidently hit a bump on the road.

  • For improving efficiency, bump mapping is used to render terrain in Cg language.

  • Bridge bump is one of the problems that encountered when freeway are constructed in loess area.

  • She bump against the table and send the crockery crashing to the grind.

  • She tripped over the bump on the sidewalk.

  • I tried to avoid her, but it was just my luck to bump into her.

  • He got a nasty bump on the head.

  • He got a bad bump on his forehead.

  • She fell against our coffee table and got a large bump on her forehead.

  • The extra cost will bump up the price.

  • The child took five steps, and then sat down with a bump.

  • He felt a heavy bump, but paid no attention to it.

  • Joanna heard him bump into the table and curse again.

  • Add pasta to your salads to bump up your fibre intake.

  • I happened to bump into Mervyn Johns in the hallway.

  • I felt a little bump and I knew instantly what had happened.

  • They will probably bump you off anyway!

  • Actually, let's just read this little bit where you've made them bump into each other.

  • The truck hit a bump and bounced.

  • Small children often cry after a minor bump.

Phrase collocation

  • bump into

    To meet by chance

    • I often bump into him at the supermarket.

  • bump off &I{【俚语】}

    To murder.

  • be bumping along the bottom

    reach the lowest point in performance or ranking without improving or deteriorating further

    • the economy was still bumping along the bottom.

  • with a bump

    suddenly and shockingly (especially of an unpleasant or disillusioning surprise)

    • the scandal brought them down to earth &B{with a bump}.

  • bump someone off

    (informal)murder someone

  • bump something up

    (informal)make something larger

    • the hotel may well bump up the bill.

Synonym discrimination

  • bump, clash, collide, conflict

Meaning of bump

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