bust

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} fiyasko
{f} iflas etmek
{f} patlatmak
batırmak
başheykeli
baskın yapmak
batmak
parçalamak
tutuklamak
kırmak
tutuklama
(kadın) göğüsler
baskın

Polis ülke çapında yüzlerce uyuşturucu baskınları yaptı. - The police have made hundreds of drug busts across the country.

(kadın) göğüs çevresi ölçüsü
büst
basmak
dili patlamak
{i} başarısızlık
fiyasko/göğüs/büst
{f} (askerin rütbesini) indirmek
{f} bozmak
{f} iflas ettirmek
{i} iflas

Hava yolları iflas ediyor. - Airlines are going bust.

patlak vermek
{i} cümbüş
{f} bozulmak
{f} tartışmak
{f} sona ermek
içki âlemi
{i} göğüs
mahvetmek
{f} up (bir çift)
{f} rütbe indirmek
{f} girip aramak
mahvolma
kırık
{i} polis baskını
slang top atma
{f} vurmak
{i} alem
{f} becerememek
bust bas/düşür
orduda rütbesini tenzil etmek
göğüs ölçüsü
bust up
(deyim) dalaşmak
bust a gut
(deyim) çok çalışmak
bust one's ass
eşek gibi çalışmak
bust one's ass
kaba kıçını yırtmak
bust out
(Konuşma Dili) tüymek
bust out
çiçeklenmek
bust out
yaprak vermek
bust out
yapraklanmak
bust out
çiçek açmak
bust up
(deyim) yıkmak
bust up
(deyim) bozmak
bust up
(deyim) harap etmek
bust up
kavga
bust-up
kavga
bust-up
bitme
bust-up
sona erme
bust-up
çıngar
bust a vein
Çok sinirlenmek, bir damarını patlamak
bust ass
büst ass
bust one's ass
kıçını yırtmak
bust one's ass
çok çalışmak
bust open a can of whoopass
(deyim) Pataklamak
bust peg
büst peg
bust someone out
kurtarmak

I will bust you out of prison - seni hapisten kurtaracağım.

bust someone's balls
(deyim) Üstüne varmak, haklı olunan bir konuda birinin üstüne gitmek; birinin hayatını/işini kasıtlı olarak zorlaştırmak

Don't get offended man, I'm just bustin' your balls!" "I got my balls busted last night by my wife nagging me." "It's just funny to bust balls with someone who gets easily mad.".

bust someone's chops
(deyim) Üstüne varmak, haklı olunan bir konuda birinin üstüne gitmek; birinin hayatını/işini kasıtlı olarak zorlaştırmak
bust a gut
{k} eşek gibi çalışmak
bust line
(Tekstil) göğüs yeri çizgisi
bust out of
{k} (bir yerden) sıvışıp kaçmak
bust up
ağız kavgası
bust up
tartışma
bust up
(deyim) kavga etmek
bust up
arası bozulmak
go bust
{k} iflas etmek, sıfırı tüketmek, topu atmak
bust up
(deyim) son vermek
bust up
(deyim) mahvetmek
busted
{s} iflas etmiş, sıfırı tüketmiş, topu atmış
busted
tutuklanan
go bust
iflas etmek
go bust
iflas bayrağını çekmek
busted
{s} kırık, kırılmış; bozuk, bozulmuş; patlak, patlamış
B.Sc.
(Bachelor of science) Fen fakültesi mezunu
boom-bust cycle
bom-büst döngüsü
busted
Suçüstü yakalanmış
drug bust
uyuşturucu büstü
go on the bust
büst devam
past of bust
Büstün geçmiş
third person singular of bust
üçüncü kişi Büstün tekil
win or bust
ölüm kalım mücadelesi
b.sc.
b, s
boom and bust
ani yükseliş ve düşüş
bust up
sona ermek
bust up
başarısızlıkla sonuçlanmak
busted
tutuklanmı
fit to bust
büyük bir şevkle
fit to bust
(deyim) cansiperane
fit to bust
(deyim) büyük bir enerjiyle
high bust
(Tekstil) üst göğüs
İngilizce - İngilizce
To arrest for a crime
To reduce in rank

He busted him down to patrolman for insubordination.

To catch someone in the act of doing something wrong, socially and morally inappropriate, or illegal, especially when being done in a sneaky or secretive state
To break something
A sculptural portrayal of a person's head and shoulders
The breasts and upper thorax of a woman
A failed enterprise; a bomb
To lose all of one's chips
The act of arresting someone for a crime, or raiding a suspected criminal operation:

a narcotics bust.

without any money, broke
An emphatic to do

He busted huge air off that jump!.

{n} a half statue, pile, ancient funeral pile
once the well is too full to hold any more pieces you have busted and the game is over
break open or apart suddenly and forcefully; "The dam burst"
{f} arrest, imprison; break, tame; attack, hit; collapse under stress; fail; go bankrupt; lower in rank
A portrait sculpture or a painting representing a person's head, neck, shoulders and upper chest, and perhaps the upper arms
The portion of the human figure included between the head and waist, whether in statuary or in the person; the chest or thorax; the upper part of the trunk of the body
(B) a very poor hand; a hand weak in honor cards; a hand weak for the holder's earlier bidding
If someone is busted, the police arrest them. They were busted for possession of cannabis
[Slang], an inaccurate forecast ~ usually a situation in which significant weather is expected, but does not occur
alteration of burst
ruin completely; "He busted my radio!"
to catch someone in the act of doing something wrong or illegal
A term used the same as the verb "to do" only with more emphasis e g "He busted a huge air over that tree "
an occasion for excessive eating or drinking; "they went on a bust that lasted three days" a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
when the wheels come off a company's or a country's finances and default, bankruptcy or other financial horrors follow
lacking funds; "`skint' is a British slang term"
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To run out of money, especially in a tournament
If police bust a place, they go to it in order to arrest people who are doing something illegal. police success in busting UK-based drug factories. Bust is also a noun. Six tons of cocaine were seized last week in Panama's biggest drug bust
the sculptural portrayal of a persons head and shoulders
the act of arresting someone for a crime, or raiding a suspected criminal operation: a narcotics bust
The form bust is used as the present tense of the verb, and can also be used as the past tense and past participle
{s} impoverished, broke; bankrupt; spoilt, broken
{i} artistic representation (sculpture, painting, etc.) of the upper part of a human body; chest, breast, woman's breasts; arrest; failure; bankruptcy; sudden economic decline; blow, hit
You can use bust to refer to a woman's breasts, especially when you are describing their size. Good posture also helps your bust look bigger
To run out of money, especially in a tournament I busted in the second round, when my rockets lost to 87 off suit
If you bust something, you break it or damage it so badly that it cannot be used. They will have to bust the door to get him out
A company or fund that is bust has no money left and has been forced to close down. It is taxpayers who will pay most of the bill for bailing out bust banks
search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on; "The police raided the crack house"
an occasion for excessive eating or drinking; "they went on a bust that lasted three days"
If a company goes bust, it loses so much money that it is forced to close down. a Swiss company which went bust last May
A statue of a human figure from the waist up, without arms
separate or cause to separate abruptly; "The rope snapped"; "tear the paper"
Arrest
A bust is a statue of the head and shoulders of a person. a bronze bust of the Queen
A sculpture of a person which shows only the upper half of the body   A bust can include the head, shoulders, and chest
a complete failure; "the play was a dismal flop"
[Slang], an inaccurate forecast or an unsuccessful storm chase; usually a situation in which thunderstorms or severe weather are expected, but do not occur
An inaccurate forecast, usually a situation in which significant weather is expected, but does not occur
go to pieces; "The lawn mower finally broke"; "The gears wore out"; "The old chair finally fell apart completely"
The head and shoulders of the emblematic Liberty seen on many United States issues including Capped Bust and Draped Bust coins
A piece of sculpture representing the upper part of the human figure, including the head, shoulders, and breast
bust a cap
To fire a weapon; to shoot with a gatt
bust a cap in someone's ass
Alternative form of pop a cap in someone's ass
bust a gasket
Alternative of blow a gasket

You really think he’d last five minutes? Poor guy is so blueballed he’d bust a gasket thirty seconds in.

bust a move
to seduce

I'm gonna bust a move on that fine ass bitch.

bust a move
to evade

Bust a move, it's The Man..

bust a move
to depart

It's time to go. Let's bust a move..

bust a move
Save oneself from a awkward situation with a woman

Hey, did you see Bob last night with that chick? Yeah, he had to bust a move and got laid..

bust a move
to dance

Damn, see that guy on the dance floor? He can bust a move! That, my friend, is groovin'.

bust a move
to flatulate

Jim went over to hit on that girl at the bar, but as he opened his mouth, he felt he was about to bust a move, so he continued toward the patio outside.

bust ass cold
Extremely cold

It was bust ass cold out, but I still had to go in to work.

bust chops
To nag; to berate or hound in an effort to elicit action

The boss busted our chops all week.

bust one's ass
to work very hard, to put in a lot of effort
bust one's butt
To work exceptionally hard

I've been busting my butt getting the tent fixed, while you're just sipping cocoa. Give me a hand.

bust one's chops
To exert oneself

I've been busting my chops to get this out by end of day.

bust out
to burst out (laughing)
bust out
to bring out, to take out
bust out
to free from captivity

They tried to bust the prisoner out, but were thwarted by the police.

bust out
to escape (from); break out

bust out of prison.

bust out
to reveal, to show
Bust out
(deyim) To play music
Bust out
(deyim) To retrieve something that you have
Bust out
(deyim) To apply something (skills, etc)
bust digits
To get someone's telephone number. - I need a date for tomorrow night, so I'm going to try to bust some digits tonight.- I stood at the bar busting digits all night long

This is African-American slang. 'Digits' are numbers, and 'bust' means 'break open'. So the phrase suggests that you're getting some numbers from a source that has to be opened up.

bust open a can of whoopass
(deyim) Prepare to beat someone up/get really angry after they've done something appalling: (Usually meant as a joke between friends.)

If you don't stop bugging me, I'm gonna bust open a can of whoopass on you!.

bust someone out
escape
bust someone out
get away
bust someone's balls
(deyim) Nag; to berate or hound in an effort to elicit action
bust someone's chops
(deyim) Nag; to berate or hound in an effort to elicit action
bust one's butt
work extremely hard; try very hard
bust peg
wooden frame used to support a sculpture of molded clay or wax (Art)
bust this
break this, destroy this; listen to this, pay attention to this (Slang)
bust up
{i} grave argument or quarrel which ends a relationship; separation of a marriage or friendship; large noisy party
bust up
{f} wreck, break or smash by means of force
bust up
smash or break forcefully; "The kid busted up the car
bust up
smash or break forcefully; "The kid busted up the car"
bust-up
A bust-up is a fight. a bust-up which she says left her seriously hurt
bust-up
a serious quarrel (especially one that ends a friendship)
bust-up
A bust-up is a serious quarrel, often resulting in the end of a relationship. She had had this bust-up with her family. = row
bust-up takeover
a leveraged buyout in which the target company's assets are sold to repay the loan that financed the takeover
buy-and-bust operation
an undercover operation by narcotics detectives to catch unsuspecting drug dealers
beer-bust
A large, usually boisterous party, as for college students, club members, or soldiers, at which beer is the sole or principal beverage and is consumed in large quantities
boom and bust
A pattern of high prices in a given market or in the entire economy followed by ruinously low prices, falling production, and bankruptcies by producers
busted
Broke; having no money

I'd like to help you, but I'm busted.

busted
Caught and arrested for committing a crime

I got busted last year for taking a pair of mittens from the store.

busted
Simple past tense and past participle of bust
busted
Broken
busted
Having a certain type of bust (breasts; cleavage)
busted
Caught in the act of doing something one shouldn't do

Plus, to be honest, the look on his face when he realized how very busted they were was worth far more than the fifty dollars I paid for their dinner.

busting
Urgently needing to urinate

The kid is busting to go to the toilet.

go bust
To undergo financial collapse - "so many airlines are going bust due to high oil prices"
boom-bust cycle
A boom-bust cycle is a series of events in which a rapid increase in business activity in the economy is followed by a rapid decrease in business activity, and this process is repeated again and again. We must avoid the damaging boom-bust cycles which characterised the 1980s
busted
Arrested
busted
suddenly and violently broken open especially from internal pressure (`busted' is an informal term for `burst'); "a burst balloon"; "burst pipes"; "burst seams"; "a ruptured appendix"; "a busted balloon"
busted
out of working order (`busted' is an informal substitute for `broken'); "a broken washing machine"; "the coke machine is broken"; "the coke machine is busted"
busted
Too many points scored
busted
(used informally especially of bones) fractured; "my arm is busted"; "I got my head busted in the fight"; "can't play with a busted baseball bat
busted
(used informally especially of bones) fractured; "my arm is busted"; "I got my head busted in the fight"; "can't play with a busted baseball bat"
busted
Indicates that the person addressed has been caught in the act, whether by the speaker or a third party
busted
Tired
busted
past of bust
busted
Caught in the act of doing something one shouldnt do
busted
Caught breaking rules; demoted in rank
busting
present participle of bust
busts
plural of bust
busts
third person singular of bust
drug bust
seizure of illegal drugs by the police
went bust
broke down, became useless
Türkçe - İngilizce

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(Askeri) boost phase
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