Definición de butt in Inglés butt3Pronunciación: /bʌt/Traducir butt | al francés | al alemán | al italiano | al español noun 1 (also butt end) the thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon:a rifle butt the square end of a plank or plate meeting the end or side of another, as in the side of a ship: [as modifier]:a butt joint the thicker or hind end of a hide used for leather. 2 (also butt end) the stub of a cigar or a cigarette. 3 informal, chiefly North American a person’s buttocks or anus: I was being paid to sit on my butt and watch television 4the trunk of a tree, especially the part just above the ground. verb [no object] adjoin or meet end to end:the shop butted up against the row of houses [with object] join (pieces of stone, timber, and other building materials) with the ends or sides flat against each other. Origin: late Middle English: the noun apparently related to Dutch bot 'stumpy', also to buttock; the verb partly from butt2, reinforced by abutbutt en otros diccionarios Oxford Definición de butt en el diccionario de Inglés de EE.UU.