bum

suomi-englanti sanakirja

bum englannista suomeksi

  1. pummi

  2. pakarat, takamus

  3. pummata

  4. loisia

  5. perseenreikä

  6. huono

  1. peppu, perse, takapuoli

  2. peppu, pakarat (monikko) , takapuoli

  3. perse, anus, perseenreikä

  4. hulttio, pummi, renttu

  5. pummata

  6. Substantiivi

  7. Verbi

bum englanniksi

  1. The buttocks.

  2. (syn)

    (ux)

  3. (seeCites)

  4. The anus.

  5. (quote-book)

  6. (quote-book) and said Daddy had put a finger up her bum.

  7. To sodomize; to engage in anal sex.

  8. An expression of annoyance.

  9. 2010, Jill Mansell, Sheer Mischief:

  10. Maxine tried hers. 'Oh bum,' she said crossly. 'The sugar isn't sugar. It's salt.'
  11. (senseid) A homeless person, usually a man.

  12. A lazy, incompetent, or annoying person, usually a man.

  13. (quote-song)|title=(w)|passage=You're a bum / You're a punk / You're an old slut on junk / Lying there almost dead on a drip in that bed

  14. (quote-song)|title=Keeper of the Seven Keys|artist=Helloween|album=Keeper of the Seven Keys: Part II|passage=Man who do you just think you are? / A silly bum with seven stars

  15. A player or racer who often performs poorly.

  16. (quote-book)|title=(w)|passage=Seabiscuit, wrote another reporter, “was a hero in California and a pretty fair sort of horse in the midwest. In the east, however, he was just a ‘bumʼ”

  17. A drinking spree.

  18. To ask someone to give one (something) for free; to beg for something.

  19. To stay idle and unproductive, like a hobo or vagabond.

  20. To wet the end of a marijuana cigarette (spliff).

  21. Of poor quality or highly undesirable.

  22. Unfair.

  23. Injured and without the possibility of full repair, defective.

  24. Unpleasant or unhappy.

  25. To depress; to make unhappy.

  26. A humming noise.

  27. (rfquotek)

  28. To make a murmuring or humming sound.

  29. (quote-book)|The Wallace|passage=English men bum there Stirling as thick as bees.

  30. A bumbailiff.

  31. 1705, (w), ''The Fable of the Bees'':

  32. About her Chariot, and behind, / Were Sergeants, Bums of every kind, / Tip-staffs, and all those Officers, / That squeeze a Living out of Tears.
  33. boom

  34. (l), (l)

  35. (l).

  36. (l): a period of prosperity, growth, progress, or high market activity.

  37. swindle

  38. cheat

  39. trick

  40. boom! (sound of explosion)

  41. bang! (any brief, sharp, loud noise)

  42. (l) (gloss)

  43. boom

  44. (verb form of)

  45. boom (q)

  46. tree

  47. act of building

  48. (soft mutation of)