bump around

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Verb1.bump around - shock physically; "Georgia was shaken up in the Tech game"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
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-- Robot vacuums have now been around long enough that you might watch one bump around a living room and think, why isn't there a robot that could mow my lawn?
The area swells (the bump around the bite area is called a wheal), and people itch, a response provoked by the saliva.
She gamely hauled her baby bump around a grotty Nottinghamshire bungalow and managed not to gag at the powerful smell of dog that pervaded the house.
"I like to invite myself over to places involved in the scientific field and bump around and speak to people about the research they're doing," he says.
* 'Bump Around' and 'Baby Around' --A geo-location function that will show local services and amenities
JM: Obviously we see a bump around the holidays, because the whole category does, but not to the extent of others.
And because almost no one has a separate MP3 player any more, you'll need somewhere to stow your smartphone so it doesn't bump around in your pocket.
"Activity continues to bump around the bottom as the authorities remain reluctant to make significant structural economic adjustments - fiscal, monetary and currency - that would restore confidence and growth," investment bank Morgan Stanley said in a report, forecasting growth of just 0.1 percent in October.
But I hit a speed bump around Killarney's new August festival.
"They drop out, bump around, have pressure at home to get a job but don't know how to get out of their situation."