bossiness


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boss·y 1

 (bô′sē, bŏs′ē)
adj. boss·i·er, boss·i·est
Given to ordering others around; domineering.

boss′i·ly adv.
boss′i·ness n.

boss·y 2

 (bô′sē, bŏs′ē)
adj.
Decorated with raised ornaments.

boss·y 3

 (bô′sē, bŏs′ē)
n. pl. boss·ies Informal
A cow or calf.

[From boss.]
Translations
تأمُّـر، تسلُّط
panovačnostpánovitost
dominerenkommanderen
ráîríki
buyurganlık

bossiness

[ˈbɒsɪnɪs] Ncarácter m mandón, tiranía f

bossiness

[ˈbɒsinɪs] nautoritarisme m

bossiness

nHerrschsucht f, → herrische Art

boss

(bos) noun
the master or manager. the boss of the factory.
verb
(usually with about/around) to order. Stop bossing everyone about!
ˈbossy adjective
liking to order others about.
ˈbossily adverb
ˈbossiness noun
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