bump

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çarpışmak
yumru

Çocuğun başında büyük bir yumru var. O kadar çok ağlamasına şaşmamalı. - The boy has a huge bump on his head. No wonder he cried so much!

tümsek
sadme
vurma
şişlik
gümbürtü
sarsılmak
(Spor) manşet
kütlemek
çıkıntı
toslamak
çarpma

Ben şeylere çarpmaya devam ediyorum. - I keep bumping into things.

Uzun boylu olmak harika olmalı. Öyle mi düşünüyorsun? Gerçekten o kadar harika değil. Kafanı tavana çarpmaya devam edersin. - It must be great to be tall. Do you think so? It's not really that great. You keep bumping your head on the ceiling.

güm diye
gafleten
aniden
şiş
sarsıla sarsıla gitmek
çarpma sesi
vurmak
{f} çarp

Kamyon bir arabaya çarptı. - The truck bumped into a car.

Tom okula giderken Mary diye birine çarptı. - Tom bumped into a Mary on his way to school.

çarpmak
vuruş, çarpma
yerinden olmak
bump off öldürmek
küt

Tom ve Mary dün öğleden sonra kütüphanede birbiriyle karşılaştı. - Tom and Mary bumped into each other yesterday afternoon in the library.

{i} çarpışma
slang temizlemek
çarpma/şişlik
{f} bindirmek
(zarf) küt
{i} uçağın düzensiz devinimi
bump vur/çarp
{i} sarsıntı
sertçe/aniden
(Jeoloji) patlama
darbe
bump into
çarpmak
bump into
karşılaşmak
bump into
rastgelmek
bump into
(Konuşma Dili) tesadüf etmek
bump pass
(Spor) manşet pas
bump up
(Konuşma Dili) artmak
bump up
(Konuşma Dili) fırlamak
bump up
(Konuşma Dili) çıkmak
bump up
(Konuşma Dili) yükselmek
bump into
o_h.rastla+e.çarp
bump into
rastlamak
bump off
gebertmek
bump off
öldür
bump sb off
birini öldürmek
bump sth up
artırmak
bump sth up
yükseltmek
bump up
artır
bump fire
çarpmak yangın
bump into
Tesadüfen karşılaşmak
bump into
Biriyle karşılaşmak, birine rastgelmek
bump into
rastla
bump into the wall
duvara çarpmak
bump into; win; receive, get
içine iterek, kazanmak;, olsun almak
bump one's head
kafasını çarpmak
bump#into
rastla
bump#up
artır
bump into
toslamak
bump into
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- çarpmak 2- rastlamak
bump of locality
yönünü bulma yeteneği
bump of locality
yön duygusu
bump of locality
yolları bulma yeteneği
bump off
{f} öldürmek
bump off
{f} temizlemek
bump set
(Spor) manşetle oyun kurma
bump shock
(Otomotiv) tümsek şoku
bump shocks
(Otomotiv) tümsek şokları
bump somebody off
nallamak
bump someone off
{k} (deyim) artirmak,yukesltmek
bump start
vurdurmak
bump start
iterek çalıştırma, vurdurma
bump start
iterek çalıştırmak
bump stop
çarpma tamponu
bump up
artırmak
bump up
yükseltmek
bump into
bindirmek
bumping
(Kimya) darbe
speed bump
(Çevre) kasis
goose bump
kaz vuruşu
like a bump on a log
put gibi
bumped
çarptı

İstasyonda ona çarptım. - I bumped into him at the station.

Tom okula giderken Mary diye birine çarptı. - Tom bumped into a Mary on his way to school.

give your head a bump
Kafanın bir yumru vermek
like a bump on a log
put gibi, ölü gibi
speed bump
(İnşaat) Hız kesici tümsek
whack, bump, thump
Yumruk kut kut diye vurma
air bump
kısa süren rüzgâr (uçak)
coal bump
(Jeoloji) kömür pallaması
hood bump stop
(Otomotiv) kaput dayama lastiği
hood bump stop adjustment
(Otomotiv) kaput lastik dayama ayarı
hood bump stop adjustment
(Otomotiv) kaput yükseklik ayarı
like a bump on a log
put gibi hareketsiz
İngilizce - İngilizce
The point, in a race in which boats are spaced apart at the start, at which a boat begins to overtake the boat ahead
The sound of such a collision
To move (a booked passenger) to a later flight because of earlier delays or cancellations

Easyjet said the compensation package for passengers bumped off flights was 'probably the most flawed piece of European legislation in recent years'.

A light blow or jolting collision
To post in an Internet forum thread in order to raise the thread's profile by returning it to the top of the list of active threads
A temporary increase in a quantity, as shown in a graph

US presidential nominees get a post-convention bump in survey ratings.

To suddenly boil, causing movement of the vessel and loss of liquid
A dose of the drug ketamine, when taken recreationally
The swollen abdomen of a pregnant woman
A swelling on the skin caused by illness or injury
A protuberance on a level surface
To knock against or run into with a jolt
A post in an Internet forum thread made in order to raise the thread's profile by returning it to the top of the list of active threads
{v} to make a loud noise, beat, thump, swell
{n} a swelling, blow, stroke
A player is permitted to ride into another player to spoil the other player's shot The angle of collision must be slight, causing no more than a jar The faster the horse travels, the smaller the angle must be A good bump could shake a player's dentures loose
If you bump into something or someone, you accidentally hit them while you are moving. They stopped walking and he almost bumped into them He bumped his head on the low beams of the house. Bump is also a noun. Small children often cry after a minor bump
Exposed area on the master viewed from the entrance surface Also used to designate indentations caused by foreign matter during molding
the bump of "acquisitiveness
{i} blow, stroke; projection, swelling, bulge on the body caused by a blow; (Internet) post in a forum thread done to increase the profile of the thread by putting it back to the top of the list of active threads
One of the protuberances on the cranium which are associated with distinct faculties or affections of the mind; as, the bump of "veneration;"
{ü} thump, noise made by a bump
An effort by an auto salesperson to get a customer to increase the amount they are willing to pay for a car
During the day, patrollers take over waiting at various mountain locations by bumping waiting patrollers off their perches
knock against with force or violence; "My car bumped into the tree"
Dancers bump hips to the side or the buttocks of their partners
If a vehicle bumps over a surface, it travels in a rough, bouncing way because the surface is very uneven. We left the road, and again bumped over the mountainside see also goose bumps
remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied; "The new employee dislodged her by moving into her office space"
To strike, as with or against anything large or solid; to thump; as, to bump the head against a wall
dance erotically or dance with the pelvis thrust forward; "bump and grind"
an impact (as from a collision); "the bump threw him off the bicycle" a lump on the body caused by a blow knock against with force or violence; "My car bumped into the tree" dance erotically or dance with the pelvis thrust forward; "bump and grind
The best way to get your hooman's attention when they are drinking a fresh cup of coffee or tea
A swelling or prominence, resulting from a bump or blow; a protuberance
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"
(noun) The reception of a wrestling move, usually one in which the wrestler is thrown or becomes airborne in some other way If a wrestler falls off, gets pushed off, or gets thrown off the ring apron and lands on the ground, he just took a bump
If you have a bump while you are driving a car, you have a minor accident in which you hit something. = accident, crash
n descriptive slang for forearm passing
A fall or hit done as a spot (see spot) which takes the wrestler (or other participant, i e referee, manager) out of the ring or out of action
The best way to get your human's attention when they are drinking a hot cup of coffee or tea
something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from a form
A thump; a heavy blow
technique of playing the ball using forearms, hands together, to direct the ball
a lump on the body caused by a blow knock against with force or violence; "My car bumped into the tree"
The act of striking the stern of the boat in advance with the prow of the boat following
" The act of striking the stern of the boat in advance with the prow of the boat following
A bump is a minor injury or swelling that you get if you bump into something or if something hits you. She fell against our coffee table and got a large bump on her forehead. = lump
The river at Oxford (and Cambridge) is not wide enough for several eights to row abreast so races are conducted by starting at equidistant points along the river and trying to `bump' the eight in front This involves simply catching up rather than (necessarily) literally bumping it See also `over-bump' In Cambridge you do actually have to bump them apparently (See `the appropriate spot to stand', by A Cambumpswatcher, of Grassy Corner, Fen Ditton, Cambs )
A bump is the action or the dull sound of two heavy objects hitting each other. I felt a little bump and I knew instantly what had happened The child took five steps, and then sat down with a bump
Knock or run into with a jolt
assign to a lower position; reduce in rank; "She was demoted because she always speaks up"; "He was broken down to Sargeant"
Physical contact with someone besides your opponent or the act of getting hit or performing a stunt that is not the average hit
To come in violent contact with something; to thump
To raise
To isolate upper part of the body, flexing the knees and pushing the hips to either side See also Hip Bumps
dance erotically or dance with the pelvis thrust forward; "bump and grind
emphasis If someone comes down to earth with a bump, they suddenly start recognizing unpleasant facts after a period of time when they have not been doing this. Company bosses have come back down to earth with a bump after a period of post-election euphoria
{f} strike, hit; collide; be jolted, be shaken; dance with the pelvis thrust toward the front in an erotic manner
A violent dislocation of the mine workings which is attributed to severe stresses in the rock surrounding the workings
a lump on the body caused by a blow
The best way to get your human's attention when they are drinking a fresh cup of coffee or tea
(B) fall together (usually said of honors); cause to fall together
Bring Up My Post
usually at spine ends and/or corners where there are signs that the book had been knocked
A bump on a road is a raised, uneven part. The truck hit a bump and bounced
When a wrestler falls to the mat after receiving a blow to the body or a wrestling maneuver by his opponent
n a fall or hit done as a spot (see spot) which takes the wrestler (or other participant, i e referee, manager) out of the ring or out of action
A hard cover book with a bumped corner has a dented corner A book may also be bumped at the head (top) or foot (bottom) of the spine
To make a loud, heavy, or hollow noise, as the bittern; to boom
A raised metal feature on a die land or tape carrier tape that facilitates inner lead bonding
n The best way to get your person's attention when they're drinking a cup of coffee or tea
bump and grind
To perform such a dance or such movements

A dozen exercisers show up twice a week to bump and grind, do some belly rolls and loosen the hip joints..

bump and grind
A combination of movements resembling such a dance, as in road racing, whitewater kayaking, or exercising; any activity involving prolonged jarring or shaking

The typical bump and grind of short-track racing at Bristol Motor Speedway met with the panicked push of the final races of the Nascar Nextel Cup.

bump and grind
A sexually suggestive dance involving exaggerated hip movements, especially a striptease dance

One of the oddest spectacles in America, in fact, has to be a Tom Jones audience, in which a couple of dozen women, usually attractive and well dressed, throw their panties onto the stage and compete for what appears to be a deep kiss from the male master of the bump and grind.

bump ball
A ball that bounces off of the pitch, immediately after being hit by the bat, and flies into the air. Spectators not seeing the bounce would assume the batsman to be out if the ball were caught
bump cap
A hard hat
bump caps
plural form of bump cap
bump into
To collide with

He bumped into the wall. I guess that's a risk you take when you read while walking.

bump into
To meet by chance

We bumped into each other at the library yesterday.

bump into
To cause (a thing) to collide with

The roads were so slippery that I couldn't stop, and I bumped my car into the car in front of me.

bump key
A lockpicking tool in the form of a key of the type generally used to open a lock, on which all pin position have been cut down to the lowest position, so that striking this key sharply with a hammer while applying turning force at just the right instant after the impact will 'bump' open a lock
bump keys
plural form of bump key
bump mapping
A technique where a perturbation to the surface normal of the object being rendered is applied to each pixel, based on a texture map, prior to calculating the illumination, so as to produce a richer, more detailed surface representation
bump n' grind
Alternative spelling of bump and grind
bump off
To cut class; to play truant
bump off
To kill, especially to murder

In Match Point, when a mistress is about to blab to a wife, threatening a man's comfortable life, his solution is to bump off the girlfriend.

bump uglies
to perform sexual intercourse

Mongo never asked anybody their sexual identity unless he was hooking for a quick fuck. He'd say, Hey Baby, do you like men? Let's oil up and bump uglies. .

bump up
To promote a person to a higher grade
bump up
To increase something suddenly
bump up
To give a more prominent place to; to advance position in queue
bump-and-grind
Alternative spelling of bump and grind
bump-mapped
Rendered using bump mapping
bump-n'-grind
Alternative spelling of bump and grind
bump fire
(Silahlar) Rapid manual trigger manipulation to simulate automatic fire defined by the BATF FTB (Firearms Technology Branch)
bump fire
(Silahlar) The simulated automatic firing of a semi-automatic firearm or a revolving firearm (like a revolver), usually a rifle due to their larger size. It works by using the recoil to cause the shooter's finger to pull the trigger repeatedly more rapidly than is usually attainable by simply moving your finger
bump firing
(Silahlar) The simulated automatic firing of a semi-automatic firearm or a revolving firearm (like a revolver), usually a rifle due to their larger size. It works by using the recoil to cause the shooter's finger to pull the trigger repeatedly more rapidly than is usually attainable by simply moving your finger
bump firing
(Silahlar) Rapid manual trigger manipulation to simulate automatic fire defined by the BATF FTB (Firearms Technology Branch)
bump into
Meet by chance, run into. "Do you know who I bumped into yesterday? Larry Mason."
bump against
collide against, come up against forcefully
bump function
(Mathematics) a function which inserts a word [x1, x2, ...] into a table
bump into
If you bump into someone you know, you meet them unexpectedly. I happened to bump into Mervyn Johns in the hallway. = run into
bump into
{f} collide with, strike -, knock into -; meet by chance
bump into
collide violently with an obstacle; "I ran into the telephone pole"
bump of locality
sense of direction
bump off
{f} (Slang) murder deliberately and with premeditation; kill coldly
bump off
To bump someone off means to kill them. They will probably bump you off anyway! the hit man he's hired to bump off his wife
bump up
increase or raise; "OPEC bumped up the price of oil
bump up
increase or raise; "OPEC bumped up the price of oil"
bump up
enlarge, make larger (esp. by small increments); move up to a better position (Slang)
bump up against
{f} collide against, come up against forcefully
Newfoundland speed bump
A moose, especially one which is in a roadway

He pitched his first freelance feature to Canadian Geographic . . . a cover story about the province's plaguelike overpopulation of moose, also known as Newfoundland speed bumps.

baby bump
The swelling of a woman's tummy in the latter stages of pregnancy
bumps
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bump
bumps
plural form of bump
convention bump
The rise in support (as shown in surveys) a presidential candidate receives after the national party convention
goose bump
Raised skin, usually caused by the involuntary erection of hairs on the neck or arms caused by cold, excitement, or fear
mobile speed bump
A car that travels at the speed limit to force the cars behind to do the same
solder bump
A small sphere of solder used as a connection between devices and a printed circuit board
speed bump
A traffic calming measure, consisting of a transverse ridge in the road, to limit the speed of vehicles
things that go bump in the night
Frightening imagined creatures; ghosts or other supernatural beings

But most of all I recall the haunting magic of the lanterns and the whispered tales of ghosties, goblins, and things that go bump in the night with which we tried to frighten each other.

goose bump
reflex erection of hairs of the skin in response to cold or emotional stress or skin irritation
speed bump
An artificial ridge set crosswise into the surface of a street, parking lot, or driveway to make the operators of vehicles decrease speed
bumped
A term used to describe the wearing or denting of the corners of a book cover
bumped
A defect in a book caused by, you guessed it, being bumped You may see this clearly by taking a closed book in your hand, and striking one of it's corners smartly on a hard surface Now throw the book away
bumped
past of bump
bumped
In cementing operations, pertaining to the point at which the cement plug comes to rest on the float collar
bumping
In the operation of a flat press, the alternative application and release of ram pressure to vent trapped air and gases
bumping
Exercise of seniority rights by longer-service workers to displace junior employees when business conditions require temporary layoffs or the discontinuance of departments, or to obtain preference over junior employees in choice of shifts, runs, dates of vacation periods and the like Cost-of-living index - The Bureau of Labor Statistics "Consumers' Price Index for Moderate-Income Families in Large Cities," based on retail prices of consumer items in a representative group of large cities
bumping
A process by which a senior employee displaces a junior employee; it occurs under the rules set out in the collective agreement pertaining to same
bumping
The practice of denying boarding to confirmed passenger on an overbooked flight
bumping
present participle of bump
bumping
The practice of denying seats, usually on an airline, to ticketed passengers due to overbooking or in favor of other passengers with a higher priority
bumping
On full flights, the practice of removing a confirmed passenger to make room for a passenger with higher priority
bumps
third-person singular of bump
bumps
plural of bump
bumps
The ritual tossing of someone into the air to celebrate their birthday
goose bump
A manuever to use as a last resort when the Regular Bump doesn't get the attention you require especially effective when combined with the Sniff (See above)
goose bump
A maneuver to use as a last resort when the Regular Bump doesn't get the attention you require especially effective when combined with The Sniff See Bump
goose bump
A maneuver to use as a last resort when the Regular Bump doesn't get the attention you require especially effective when combined with The Sniff See above
goose bump
A maneuver to use as a last resort when the regular bump doesn't get the attention you require especially effective when combined with the Sniff
goose bump
A maneuver to use as a last resort when the Regular Bump doesn't get the attention you require, especially effective when combined with The Sniff See above
mobile speed bump
car traveling at the speed limit in order to slow down the cars behind by causing them to also drive at the speed limit
razor bump
A small swelling that develops when the sharpened point of a razor-cut hair shaft grows back into the skin, sometimes resulting in inflammation and infection
speed bump
a hindrance to speeding created by a crosswise ridge in the surface of a roadway
speed bump
An artificial ridge set crosswise into the surface of a street, parking lot, or driveway to make the operators of vehicles decrease speed. a narrow raised area put across a road to force traffic to go slowly = sleeping policeman
speed bump
hump in a road or driveway made to decrease drivers of vehicles speed
bump

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    bʌmp

    Telaffuz

    /ˈbəmp/ /ˈbʌmp/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'b&mp ] (noun.) 1592. From Early Modern English bump (“a shock, blow from a collision", also "to make a heavy, hollow sound, boom”), probably of North Germanic origin. Compare Danish bump (“a thump”), Danish bumpe (“to thump”), Old Danish bumpe (“to strike with a clenched fist”). Apparently related to Middle English bumben, bummen (“to make a hollow noise”), Dutch bommen (“to hum, buzz”), German bummen (“to hum, buzz”), Icelandic bumba (“drum”), probably of imitative origin. More at bum, bumble. Compare also bomb.

    Zamanlar

    bumps, bumping, bumped

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    bump into, bump up, bump off, bump in, bump out

    Videolar

    ... Let's say I want to bump up the font size on this second ...

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