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bust1 US English

A woman’s chest as measured around her breasts

bust2 US English

Break, split, or burst (something)

bust1 US Thesaurus

an empire waistline accentuates the bust

bust2 US Thesaurus

I didn't mean to bust your DVD player

bust in bust2 US English

Break, split, or burst (something)

bust-up US English

A serious quarrel

baby bust US English

A temporary marked decrease in the birth rate

drug bust US English

A seizure of illegal drugs by the police or other law-enforcement agency

bust a gut US English

Make a strenuous effort

fit to bust US English

With great energy

bust one's ass US English

Try very hard to do something

boom and bust US English

A situation in which a period of great prosperity or rapid economic growth is abruptly followed by one of economic decline

bust up in bust2 US English

(Especially of a married couple) separate, typically after a quarrel

bust out in bust2 US English

Break out; escape

bust someone's ass US English

Beat someone in a fight or contest

bust one's chops US English

Exert oneself

bust someone's chops US English

Nag or criticize someone

bust something up in bust2 US English

Cause (something) to break up

bust one's ass in ass2 US English

Try very hard to do something

bust someone's ass in ass2 US English

Beat someone in a fight or contest

fit to bust in fit1 US English

With great energy

bust a gut in gut US English

Make a strenuous effort

bustline US English

The measurement round a woman’s body at the bust

bust someone's chops in chops US English

Nag or criticize someone

go bust in bust2 US Thesaurus

their flower shop went bust

boom or bust in boom and bust US English

A situation in which a period of great prosperity or rapid economic growth is abruptly followed by one of economic decline

bust or whip someone's ass in ass2 US English

Beat someone in a fight or contest