bum englannista suomeksi
''Okay, everyone sit on your bum and try and touch your toes.''
An expression of annoyance.
2010, Jill Mansell, Sheer Mischief:
- Maxine tried hers. 'Oh bum,' she said crossly. 'The sugar isn't sugar. It's salt.'
''Fred is becoming a bum - he's not even bothering to work more than once a month.''
''That mechanic's a bum - he couldn't fix a yo-yo.''
''That guy keeps interrupting the concert. Throw the bum out!''
1987, (w) - ''(w)''
- 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
1988, Michael Weikath, "Keeper of the Seven Keys", Helloween, ''Keeper of the Seven Keys: Part II''.
''Trade him to another team, he's a bum!''
2001, (w) - ''(w)''
- 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”
To ask someone to give one (something) for free; to beg for something.
''Can I bum a cigarette off you?''
''I think I'll just bum around downtown for awhile until dinner.''
Of poor quality or highly undesirable.
Injured and without the possibility of full repair, defective.
''I can't play football anymore on account of my bum knee.''
Unpleasant or unhappy.
''He had a bum trip on that mescaline.''
To depress; to make unhappy.
A humming noise.
To make a murmuring or humming sound.
1705, (w), ''The Fable of the Bees'':
- About her Chariot, and behind, / Were Sergeants, Bums of every kind, / Tip-staffs, and all those Officers, / That squeeze a Living out of Tears.
(l): a period of prosperity, growth, progress, or high market activity.
boom! (sound of explosion)
bang! (any brief, sharp, loud noise)
(verb form of)
act of building
(soft mutation of)