bump - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "bump" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

bump / удар, шишка, выпуклость
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Перевод
имя существительное
удар
hit, impact, blow, strike, shock, bump
шишка
cone, lump, bump, knob, hotshot, bigwig
выпуклость
convex, convexity, bulge, bump, camber, swell
глагол
ударяться
strike, bump, knock, impinge, impact, bump into
ударять
hit, smite, strike, bump, knock, impact
толкать
push, hustle, shove, jostle, thrust, bump
наречие
вдруг
suddenly, all of a sudden, at once, all at once, overnight, bump
внезапно
suddenly, abruptly, all of a sudden, all at once, pop, bump
Определения
имя существительное
a light blow or a jolting collision.
a nasty bump on the head
a protuberance on a level surface.
bumps in the road
an increase.
a slight bump in sales
a loosely woven fleeced cotton fabric used in upholstery and as lining material.
Looking ahead, Valentini says she's exploring other uses for her Bump fabric, possibly as an industrial upholstery or wall covering.
глагол
knock or run into someone or something, typically with a jolt.
I almost bumped into him
move or travel with much jolting and jarring.
the car bumped along the rutted track
refuse (a passenger) a reserved place on an airline flight, typically because of deliberate overbooking.
Airline passengers who are bumped off flights or suffer serious delays will receive automatic compensation under rules agreed by the EU yesterday.
Примеры
Well that's a nasty bump , but nothing serious.
I have this gross bump on my eyelid, and it's so painful.
If you hit a major bump , you get bangs from the front suspension reminiscent of the previous model, which was certainly less than perfect dynamically.
we might just bump into each other
She's going to have a nasty bump on her head when she wakes up, and one hell of a headache.
I think he really thought it was perfectly OK to knock people, to bump people and get by them and go on and win.
A bump on the skull directly above one of these sections indicates that the particular faculty, called an organ, is more than normally developed.
‘It could have been something as simple as a bump ; you know, somebody bumped into someone’.
He said later, after being carpeted by the editor and having to apologise to the woman, that he distinctly heard the bump as she dropped the phone and a louder bump as she fainted.
With a gentle bump on the bottom, we arrive at minus 500 feet.