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buster British & World English

Used as a mildly disrespectful form of address to a man or boy

bunker buster British & World English

A bomb designed to penetrate deep into the ground or rock before exploding

Keaton, Buster British & World English

(1895–1966), American actor and director; born Joseph Francis Keaton. His deadpan face and acrobatic skills made him one of the biggest comedy stars of the silent-film era. He starred in and directed films including The Navigator (1924) and The General (1926)

southerly buster British & World English

A sudden strong, cool wind from the south, especially on the south-east coast

ball-breaker British & World English

A sexually demanding woman who destroys men’s self-confidence

ball-buster in ball-breaker British & World English

A sexually demanding woman who destroys men’s self-confidence

chartbuster British & World English

A popular singer or group that makes a bestselling recording

doorbuster British & World English

(In retailing) a special discount price available for a limited period, typically during special early-opening hours

ghostbuster British & World English

A person who claims to be able to banish ghosts and poltergeists

sodbuster British & World English

A farmer or farm worker who ploughs the land

trustbuster British & World English

A person or agency employed to enforce antitrust legislation

snufflebuster British & World English

A puritanical person who deliberately spoils the enjoyment of others