- dadamenumpaskanbustinghiasan arcaawek
Noun(1) a complete failure(2) the chest of a woman(3) a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person(4) an occasion for excessive eating or drinking
Verb(1) ruin completely(2) search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on(3) separate or cause to separate abruptly(4) go to pieces(5) break open or apart suddenly and forcefully
Adjective(1) lacking funds
(1) How to fight back against a bad bust or police harassment was something that he and fellow musicians had been discussing for years.(2) The bust remained a bust , and no amount of money magic could restart the boom.(3) The monumental bust , The Last Roman, looks on accusingly.(4) Will the aforementioned ex-Browns D-linemen pan out or stay mired in bust status?(5) The bust was made after police received a tip from the public.(6) a 36-inch bust(7) Rice obviously isn't the player he was in Miami or Charlotte, and the big contract New York gave him looks like a long-term bust .(8) Many companies have gone bust because they have failed to do so.(9) The survey revealed firms in Scotland are nearly half as likely to go bust than their English counterparts.(10) Big bucks can make for a big bang, but they can all to easily lead to a big bust .(11) The biggest early bust of the college basketball season?(12) Noble sentiment orchestrates the canvas, which was executed for the subject of the sculpted bust on the pedestal, Dr. Upton Scott.(13) And she measured me - bust , waist, hips, inseam.(14) Their shows suck, their toys bust too easily and games nowadays just don't have the same imagination.(15) But as some economists have pointed out: the longer the boom, the bigger the bust .(16) Last week the company announced that managers would be called on to drive buses, with a free service offered in an attempt to bust the strike.
(1) go bust :: muflis
1. chest ::
2. sculpture ::
3. raid ::
4. binge ::
5. flop ::
6. break ::
7. overthrow ::
8. snap ::
9. raid ::
10. burst ::
11. fall apart ::
12. stony-broke ::
Different Formsbust, busted, busting, busts, busty
Word Example from TV Shows
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So, afternoon tea
was a BUST.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 14
Yeah, I'm being musically encouraged
to Bust a Move.
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 16
I could BUST out
a little rap.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 6
that's what friends do. You
know, they BUST on each other.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 10
Because I'll seriously BUST you up.
You miserable little smackhead.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 12
English to Malay Dictionary: bust
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