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Synonyms for bump

Synonyms for bump

to come together or come up against with force

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to proceed with sudden, abrupt movements

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to lower in rank or grade

bump into: to find or meet by chance

bump off: to take the life of (a person or persons) unlawfully

violent forcible contact between two or more things

an unevenness or elevation on a surface

a small raised area of skin resulting from a light blow or an insect sting, for example

Synonyms for bump

a lump on the body caused by a blow

come upon, as if by accident

dance erotically or dance with the pelvis thrust forward

remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied

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As the industry's most technologically advanced provider of 50/50 raffles, Bump 50:50 is continually investing in new features and services.
Bump was improperly conducting re-election campaign activities during her working hours and out of her office at the State House, using state employees to assist her in those activities.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Bump's CEO and co-founder David Lieb said that in September Bump team had joined Google but now they are deeply focused on their new projects within Google and they have decided to discontinue Bump and Flock.
Do they use the same roads, do they feel what we feel when the car goes up and down a monster bump, or do they have some sort of magical cars?
Dr Helen Ashdown said: "Asking patients whether their pain worsened going over speed bumps turns out to be a good way of assessing people with suspected appendicitis.
Researchers from the University of Oxforf d and Stoke Mandeville Hospital quizzed 101 patients who were referred to hospital for suspected appendicitis earlier this year - 64 of whom travelled over speed bumps en route to hospital.
I paid pounds 50 to have the tracking done on my car and when I asked for a guarantee was told they he couldn't give me one as the first speed bump I went over could knock it out of alignment again.
The method the layout engineer used to define the bump locations, as mentioned, needs to be known, as well as the side of the board the individual locations have been assigned.
Britain's most hated bump was found to be lying in Tower View, Great Wyrely, in the West Midlands, having attracted the most derogatory emails.
If your car is damaged by a speed bump you need to get an engineer's report and then you can take action against the local authority.
It works by lowering the bump for drivers who obey the speed limit.
There's no single theme to Speed Bump: Cartoons For Idea People, no basic philosophy--but his 'outtakes' appear in over 200 newspapers around the country and Speed Bump is a fine survey which gathers these into themed chapters, includes the author's introduction to each, and even presents a small portion of color cartoons with the black and white winners.
It was snowing hard, there was lots of powder, and we spent all day on black bump runs.
Adding bumps is a manual process today, but in the future, one can anticipate layout tools to assist bump placement.
4 takes the gunner man to man, using a bump and run technique.