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butt1 British & World English

(Of a person or animal) hit (someone or something) with the head or horns

butt2 British & World English

The person or thing at which criticism or ridicule is directed

butt3 British & World English

The thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon

butt4 British & World English

A cask, typically used for wine, beer, or water

work one's ass off British & World English

Work extremely hard

butt end in butt3 British & World English

The thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon

kick ass British & World English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

kick someone's ass British & World English

Punish, dominate, or defeat someone

ream someone's ass British & World English

Criticize or rebuke someone

butt in in butt1 British & World English

Interrupt or intrude on a conversation or activity

butt in British & World English

Interrupt or intrude on a conversation or activity

butt out British & World English

Stop interfering

butt ugly British & World English

(Chiefly of a person) extremely unattractive

half-butt British & World English

A long billiard cue about 2.4 m (8 feet) in length

kick ass in kick1 British & World English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

butt heads in butt1 British & World English

Engage in conflict or be in strong disagreement

butt heads British & World English

Engage in conflict or be in strong disagreement

butt hinge British & World English

A hinge attached to the abutting surfaces of a door and a door jamb

butt joint British & World English

(Of wood, metal, etc.) a joint formed by two surfaces abutting at right angles

butt naked British & World English

Completely naked

water butt British & World English

A large barrel used for catching and storing rainwater

ream someone's ass in ream2 British & World English

Criticize or rebuke someone

kick someone's ass in kick1 British & World English

Punish, dominate, or defeat someone

hustle one's butt British & World English

Move or act quickly

butt British & World English

The thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon

headbutt British & World English

An aggressive and forceful thrust with the top of the head into the face or body of another person

butt1 English Thesaurus

she butted him in the chest

butt2 English Thesaurus

she had just been made the butt of a joke

butt3 English Thesaurus

the butt of a gun

butt English-Spanish

culata f

butt joint English-Spanish

junta, junta

water butt English-Spanish

barril mpara recoger el agua de la lluvia

butt in English-Spanish

interrumpir, meter la cuchara

butt out English-Spanish

largarse* familiar/colloquial, pirarse Espfamiliar/colloquial, pelar gallo Méxfamiliar/colloquial, mandarse a cambiar

to be the butt of jokes/criticism in butt English-Spanish

ser* el blanco de las bromas/las críticas

he had to butt in and spoil everything! in butt English-Spanish

¡tenía que meterse y estropearlo todo!

he had to butt in and spoil everything! in butt in English-Spanish

¡tenía que meterse y estropearlo todo!

he nestled the butt of the rifle into his shoulder in nestle English-Spanish

apoyó la culata del rifle contra el hombro


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