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lump1 British & World English

A compact mass of a substance, especially one without a definite or regular shape

lump2 British & World English

Accept or tolerate a disagreeable situation whether one likes it or not

the lump in lump1 British & World English

The state of being self-employed and paid without deduction of tax, especially in the building industry

lump sum British & World English

A single payment made at a particular time, as opposed to a number of smaller payments or instalments

sugar lump British & World English

A small cube of compacted sugar used for sweetening hot drinks

lump sugar British & World English

Sugar in the form of small cubes

a lump in the throat British & World English

A feeling of tightness or dryness in the throat caused by strong emotion, especially sadness

a lump in the throat in lump1 British & World English

A feeling of tightness or dryness in the throat caused by strong emotion, especially sadness

lump1 English Thesaurus

a lump of coal

lump2 English Thesaurus

we're going to the swimming pool tomorrow, like it or lump it

lump English-Spanish

bulto masculine

lump sum English-Spanish

cantidadque se paga o recibe para saldar totalmente una obligación

lump sugar English-Spanish

azúcar masculine en terrones

lump it in lump2 English Thesaurus

we're going to the swimming pool tomorrow, like it or lump it

the lump in lump English-Spanish

mano de obra ilegal en el sector de la construcción

in one lump in lump English-Spanish

de una vez, de golpe colloquial/familiar

a lump in one's throat in lump English-Spanish

un nudo en la garganta

he felt a lump in his throat in lump English-Spanish

se le hizo un nudo en la garganta

we received a lump-sum settlement in lump sum English-Spanish

recibimos una indemnización global

she prodded cautiously at the lump in prod English-Spanish

se palpó el bulto con cuidado

you will get $5,000 in a lump sum in lump sum English-Spanish

recibirá un pago único de 5.000 dólares