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bucket British & World English

A roughly cylindrical open container with a handle, made of metal or plastic and used to hold and carry liquids

bucket English Thesaurus

a bucket of cold water

a drop in the ocean British & World English

A very small amount compared with what is needed or expected

bucket hat British & World English

A simple soft cloth hat with a brim

bucket list British & World English

A number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime

bucket seat British & World English

A seat in a car or aircraft with a rounded back to fit one person

bucket shop British & World English

An unauthorized office for speculating in stocks or currency using the funds of unwitting investors

ice bucket British & World English

A cylindrical container holding chunks of ice, the ice being used either directly in drinks or for chilling a bottle of wine

rust bucket British & World English

A car, ship, or other vehicle which is old and badly rusted

slop bucket British & World English

A bucket for removing waste from a kitchen or chamber pot

honey bucket British & World English

A toilet which does not use water and has to be emptied manually

bucket brigade British & World English

A line of people who pass buckets of water from one to another to put out a fire

tip the bucket on British & World English

Make damaging revelations about (someone or something)

bucketload British & World English

As much as can be held by a bucket

sleazebucket British & World English

A disreputable, disgusting, or despicable person

tip the bucket on in bucket British & World English

Make damaging revelations about (someone or something)

a drop in the ocean in drop British & World English

A very small amount compared with what is needed or expected

tip or drop or turn the bucket on in bucket British & World English

Make damaging revelations about (someone or something)