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Adjective
/ˈbätəm/,
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bottoms, plural;
  1. In the lowest position
    • - the books on the bottom shelf
  2. In the lowest or last position in a competition or ranking
    • - households in the bottom income bracket
Verb
  1. (of a performance or situation) Reach the lowest point before stabilizing or improving
    • - interest rates have bottomed out
Noun
  1. The lowest point or part
    • - the bottom of the page
    • - she paused at the bottom of the stairs
  2. The lower surface of something
    • - place the fruit on the bottom of the dish
  3. The part on which a thing rests; the underside
    • - he sat on the bottom of an upturned bucket
  4. The ground under a sea, river, or lake
    • - the liner plunged to the bottom of the sea
  5. The seat of a chair

  6. The lowest position in a competition or ranking
    • - he started at the bottom and now has his own business
  7. The basis or origin
    • - there's a mad scientist at the bottom of it all
  8. The lower half of a two-piece garment
    • - pajama bottoms
    • - a skimpy bikini bottom
  9. The lowest part of the hull of a ship, esp. the relatively flat portion on either side of the keel

  10. A ship, esp. considered as a unit of transport capacity

  11. Stamina or strength of character, esp. of a horse

  12. The buttocks
    • - he climbs the side of the gorge, scratching his bottom unselfconsciously
  13. The second half of an inning
    • - the bottom of the ninth
  14. One of six flavors of quark

  15. A male who takes the passive role in homosexual intercourse, esp. anal intercourse


  1. provide with a bottom or a seat; "bottom the chairs"
  2. the lower side of anything
  3. the lowest part of anything; "they started at the bottom of the hill"
  4. strike the ground, as with a ship's bottom
  5. buttocks: the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; "he deserves a good kick in the butt"; "are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?"
  6. penetrate: come to understand
  7. In BDSM, a bottom or submissive is the partner in a BDSM relationship or a BDSM scene who takes the passive, receiving, or obedient role, to that of the top or dominant.
  8. The terms top, bottom and versatile are used to describe roles for the duration of a sexual act, or may be used more broadly as a psychological, social, and sexual identity, as well as indicating one's usual preference.
  9. A bottom is an event in technical analysis, where prices reach a low, then a lower low, and then a higher low.
  10. Bottom is an award-winning British sitcom of the early 1990s (and later a series of stage shows), written by and starring comic duo Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall as the crude, deranged Eddie and Richie, two desperate flatmates on the dole. ...
  11. The Bottom is the capital and largest town on Saba, Netherlands Antilles, and would be your first stop on the way up the road from Saba's Port in Fort Bay towards the rest of the island. It has approximately 500 inhabitants of the total 1424 islanders.
  12. (Bottoming (bending)) Bending is a manufacturing process that produces a V-shape, U-shape, or channel shape along a straight axis in ductile materials, most commonly sheet metal.Manufacturing Processes Reference Guide, Industrial Press Inc., 1994. ...
  13. The lowest part from the uppermost part, in either of these senses: (Can we clean up^(+) this sense?) The part furthest in the direction toward which an unsupported object would fall. (Can we clean up^(+) this sense? ...
  14. (Bottoming) Forming operation in which the punch and the die is closed completely on the workpiece. See Press Brake Chapter.
  15. (also called bottoming out)-when a suspension component reaches the end of its travel under compression. Bottoming is the opposite of topping out.
  16. (BOTTOMING) Stamping or impressing a stamp or die to the background of characters, design; ironing out upset or metal displaced by the stamping die.
  17. (Bottoming) The process of fastening the upper, midsole, and outsole together during the assembly process. Performed either by stitching or direct injection.
  18. (Bottoming) There is downward pressure on the stock but the pressure is lessening with each passing day.
  19. (Bottoming) When a car's chassis hits the track surface, sometimes making sparks fly. This is because the suspension has hit the maximum amount of compression it can take, for example due to increased downforce
  20. (Bottoming) When a suspension travels to the maximum limit of it’s downward design. When jounce bumpers contact their mating surface. (See also jounce and rebound)
  21. (Bottoming) the shaping of insoles, heels and soles. The ‘bottom’ is the under part of a shoe.
  22. (Bottoms) A term used in connection with the Orford process for nickel and copper which have separated as sulfides. When the mixed sulfides are fused with sodium sulfide, the nickel sulfide separates to the bottom. Hence bottoms as distinct from tops. ...
  23. (Bottoms) The liquid which collects in the bottom of a vessel (tower bottoms, tank bottoms), either during a fractionating process or while in storage.
  24. (Bottoms) advertisement/commercial (1966/1967, approx. 2 mins)
  25. Refers to a single plow share and moldboard. If a plow has two bottoms it has two shares and moldboards. Some be call this type of plow a "bottom plow".