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bully 1

American English: /ˈbʊli/
British English: /ˈbʊli/

noun plural bullies

transitive verb bullies, bullying, bullied

  • 1 (in school, the workplace) to bully somebody into somethingshe bullied him into doing it
    lo acosó hasta que lo hizo
    Example sentences
    • Once, he was bullied into crawling between the legs of one of them in public.
    • A pregnant mother was spared a prison sentence after she was bullied into drug offences by her estranged partner.
    • I feel that I was bullied into agreeing to take it and I don't think it's the right thing for me.
  • 2 (in an international or political context)
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bully 2

American English: /ˈbʊli/
British English: /ˈbʊli/

exclamation

  • bully for you/him! [dated]
    ¡bravo!
    Example sentences
    • Yummy, bully for you!
    • And I say bully for him.
    • Bully for her, and bully for you if you have a similar situation.
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bully 3

American English: /ˈbʊli/
British English: /ˈbʊli/

noun

  • uncountable (British) bully beef
    Example sentences
    • She opened the back door only to see thrown down on the lawn an empty can of her bully beef and, to make matters worse, an empty tin of her cat's food!
    • We had bacon too, bully beef, endless tea, and biscuits which were very hard.
    • They climb over each other, snatching spaghetti, Irish stew and bully beef from the air and each other.
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bully 4

American English: /ˈbʊli/
British English: /ˈbʊli/

noun plural bullies

  • (in field hockey)
    bully (masculine)
    salida (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Use the bully to put the ball into play when play has been stopped for injury.
    • If there is a stop in action, the re-start is called a Bully.
    • The ball is put in play in midfield in a face-off, known as a bully.

Phrasal verbs

bully off

verb + adverb
(in field hockey)
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