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bum 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/bəm/,
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bums, plural;
  1. Of poor quality; bad or wrong
    • - not one bum note was played
Verb
  1. Travel, with no particular purpose or destination
    • - hebummed aroundFlorida for a few months
  2. Pass one's time idly
    • - we spent most of the summer just bumming around
  3. Get by asking or begging
    • - they tried to bum money off us
  4. Make (someone) feel upset or disappointed
    • - it really bummed me out when he forgot my birthday
Noun
  1. Buttocks


  1. mooch: ask for and get free; be a parasite
  2. of very poor quality; flimsy
  3. rotter: a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible; "only a rotter would do that"; "kill the rat"; "throw the bum out"; "you cowardly little pukes!"; "the British call a contemptible person a `git'"
  4. be lazy or idle; "Her son is just bumming around all day"
  5. tramp: a disreputable vagrant; "a homeless tramp"; "he tried to help the really down-and-out bums"
  6. idler: person who does no work; "a lazy bum"
  7. The buttocks; (rare, Canada, US) The anus; A person; to sodomize; to engage in anal sex; Of poor quality or highly undesirable; Unfair; Injured and without the possibility of full repair, defective; Unpleasant
  8. (Bums) Nickname of the Brooklyn Dodgers, later the Los Angeles Dodgers
  9. Like "queer" or "bitch," this term for a wandering mendicant has long since been re-appropriated, as in the song, "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum. ...
  10. This model is used to quickly compute the FDR estimates for the analysis of microarray data by taking the distribution of individual p-values to follow a mixture of a Beta density function from the genes that differentially expressed and a uniform density function from the genes that are not ...
  11. (v) to borrow something i.e. bum a smoke (n.) someone who doesn’t go anywhere without visible means of support
  12. Manufacturer of locking/latching assemblies. Examples: Bus door handles, cargo door handles/latches, and rear hatches.
  13. Someone who lives on the street, begging for money for meals, alcohol etc; someone who always borrows things from friends and neighbors.
  14. n. This is the British version of butt. What the Americans call bums we call tramps.
  15. n. 1. Slightly jocular name for the posterior. Bum is rarely used to mean bum (vagrant).
  16. Bump map files that give the content a bumpy appearance.
  17. for the American "butt" (the two words coexist in Canadian English, and bum is most commonly used as a polite or childish euphemism)
  18. backside; arse; freckle; butt; someone down on their luck and living on the street
  19. an arse, a bottom, the derriererer, an ass
  20. If your hand was extended then “bum” was a request made to a smoker by an alleged ex-smoker who claimed to have quit. In reality, he merely quit buying them. If no smokers were involved and everyone was snickering then bum was a body part. ...
  21. n. Buttocks. "My bum’s a bit sore after riding all day."
  22. butt or buttocks, behind or rear end (not a tramp)
  23. target of  teachers with a cane  and a mother with de-worming medicine
  24. To leave the end of the joint all soggy & wet for the next person. Not good smoking etiquette.