Definition of a bump in the road in English:

a bump in the road

informal A problem or setback: their relationship has hit another bump in the road
More example sentences
  • Senior administration officials insist the split within the party is just a bump in the road.
  • Call it a pause or a hiatus or a bump in the road or a dead end.
  • Maybe this is nothing more than a bump in the road, a mere blip on the sports radar.
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