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bust1 British & World English

A woman’s chest as measured around her breasts

bust2 British & World English

Break, split, or burst

bust in bust2 British & World English

Break, split, or burst

whip someone's ass British & World English

Beat someone in a fight or contest

bust-up British & World English

A serious quarrel

baby bust British & World English

A temporary marked decrease in the birth rate

drug bust British & World English

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

bust a gut British & World English

Make a strenuous effort

fit to bust British & World English

With great energy

bust one's ass British & World English

Try very hard to do something

boom and bust British & World English

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

bust someone's chops British & World English

Nag or criticize someone

bust one's ass in ass2 British & World English

Try very hard to do something

whip someone's ass in ass2 British & World English

Beat someone in a fight or contest

bust a gut in gut British & World English

Make a strenuous effort

bust up in bust2 British & World English

(Of a group or couple) separate, typically after a quarrel

bustline British & World English

The measurement round a woman’s body at the bust

drugs bust in drug bust British & World English

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

boom or bust in boom and bust British & World English

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

bust1 English Thesaurus

a woman with a large bust

bust2 English Thesaurus

he had bust the clip that held the lid up

bust English-Spanish

busto masculine

bust up English-Spanish

romper*

bust-up English-Spanish

ruptura feminine

baby bust English-Spanish

descenso, caída

bust up English-Spanish

romper*

go bust in bust2 English Thesaurus

his haulage business went bust and he owes £120,000

to go bust in bust English-Spanish

quebrar*, ir(se)* a la bancarrota, fundirse

to bust a gut in gut English-Spanish

desternillarse, herniarse colloquial/familiar, echar los bofes

to bust one's ass in ass English-Spanish

romperse* el culo vulgar

to bust sb's chops in chop English-Spanish

arremeter contra algn

to go from boom to bust in boom English-Spanish

pasar del boom a la quiebra

it's a gold medal or bust in bust English-Spanish

o la medalla de oro o nada

anything higher than a six and I'm bust in bust English-Spanish

si me toca una carta más alta que seis me paso