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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To strike or collide with.
- verb-transitive: To cause to knock against an obstacle.
- verb-transitive: To knock to a new position; shift: bumped the crate out of the way.
- verb-transitive: To shake up and down; jolt: bumped the child on her knee; was bumped about on a rough flight.
- verb-transitive: To displace from a position within a group or organization.
- verb-transitive: To deprive (a passenger) of a reserved seat because of overbooking.
- verb-transitive: To raise; boost: bump up the price of gasoline.
- verb-transitive: Sports To pass (a volleyball) by redirecting it with the forearms.
- verb-intransitive: To hit or knock against something.
- verb-intransitive: To proceed with jerks and jolts: bumped along slowly over the rocky terrain.
- verb-intransitive: Sports To bump a volleyball.
- noun: A blow, collision, or jolt.
- noun: The sound of something bumping: heard a loud bump in the dark.
- noun: A raised or rounded spot; a bulge.
- noun: A slight swelling or lump.
- noun: Something, such as unevenness or a hole in a road, that causes a bump.
- noun: A rise or increase, as in prices or enrollment.
- noun: One of the natural protuberances on the human skull, considered to have significance in phrenology.
- noun: A forward thrust of the pelvis, as in a burlesque striptease.
- noun: Sports A pass in volleyball made by redirecting the ball with the inside of the forearms, especially when extended and held together.
- noun: Slang A shot of hard liquor, sometimes accompanied by a beer chaser.
- phrasal-verb: bump into To meet by chance: I often bump into him at the supermarket.
- phrasal-verb: bump off Slang To murder.
- atsitrenkti (t. p. to bump into)