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bum2 British & World English

A person’s buttocks or anus

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bums would wander up and ask for a sandwich

bum around in bum1 British & World English

Travel with no particular purpose

bum rap British & World English

A false charge, typically one leading to imprisonment

beach bum British & World English

A person who spends time idly on or around a beach

bum-rush British & World English

Suddenly force or barge one’s way into

bum steer British & World English

A piece of false information or unhelpful guidance

shiny bum British & World English

A bureaucrat or office worker

bum-bailiff British & World English

A bailiff empowered to collect debts or arrest debtors for non-payment

bum-sucking British & World English

Obsequious, servile behaviour

on the bum British & World English

Travelling rough and with no fixed home; vagrant

bum someone out British & World English

Make someone feel annoyed, upset, or disappointed

give someone the bum's rush British & World English

Forcibly eject someone (or be forcibly ejected) from a place or gathering

bumbag British & World English

A small pouch on a belt, for money and other valuables, worn round the waist or hips

bumboy British & World English

A young male homosexual, especially a prostitute

on the bum in bum1 British & World English

Travelling rough and with no fixed home; vagrant

bum someone out in bum1 British & World English

Make someone feel annoyed, upset, or disappointed

bumfluff British & World English

The first beard growth of an adolescent

give someone the bum's rush in bum1 British & World English

Forcibly eject someone (or be forcibly ejected) from a place or gathering

give someone or get the bum's rush in bum1 British & World English

Forcibly eject someone (or be forcibly ejected) from a place or gathering