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bump·y

 (bŭm′pē)
adj. bump·i·er, bump·i·est
1. Covered with or full of bumps: a bumpy country road.
2. Marked by bumps and jolts; rough: a bumpy flight.

bump′i·ly adv.
bump′i·ness n.

bumpy

(ˈbʌmpɪ)
adj, bumpier or bumpiest
1. having an uneven surface: a bumpy road.
2. full of jolts; rough: a bumpy flight.
ˈbumpily adv
ˈbumpiness n

bump•y

(ˈbʌm pi)

adj. bump•i•er, bump•i•est.
1. full of bumps.
2. full of jolts: a bumpy ride.
3. marked by failures as well as successes: a bumpy career.
[1860–65]
bump′i•ly, adv.
bump′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bumpy - causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements; "a rough ride"
2.bumpy - covered with or full of bumps; "a bumpy country road"
rough, unsmooth - having or caused by an irregular surface; "trees with rough bark"; "rough ground"; "rough skin"; "rough blankets"; "his unsmooth face"

bumpy

adjective
1. uneven, rough, pitted, irregular, rutted, lumpy, potholed, knobby bumpy cobbled streets
2. jolting, jarring, bouncy, choppy, jerky, bone-breaking, jolty a hot and bumpy journey across the desert
Translations
غَيْرُ مُسْتَوٍ، كَثيرُ الحُفَروَعِر
hrbolatý
ujævnbumpet
kuoppainen
neravan
hepehupás
ójafn, holóttur
でこぼこのある
울퉁불퉁한
luknjastnemirenneraven
gropig
ขรุขระ
gập ghềnh

bumpy

[ˈbʌmpɪ] ADJ (bumpier (compar) (bumpiest (superl))) [surface] → desigual; [road] → lleno de baches; [journey, flight] → agitado, con mucho traqueteo

bumpy

[ˈbʌmpi] adj
[street] → cahoteux/euse

It was a bumpy flight → On a été secoués dans l'avion.
It was a bumpy ride → On a été secoués dans la voiture.
to have a bumpy ride (fig) (= hard time) → passer un mauvais moment

bumpy

adj (+er) surfaceuneben, hubbelig (inf); road, driveholp(e)rig; flightböig, unruhig; we had a very bumpy driveauf der Fahrt wurden wir tüchtig durchgerüttelt

bumpy

[ˈbʌmpɪ] adj (surface, road) → accidentato/a, dissestato/a, irregolare; (journey, flight) → movimentato/a
we had a bumpy flight → abbiamo ballato or si ballava in volo

bump

(bamp) verb
to knock or strike (something). She bumped into me; I bumped my head against the ceiling.
noun
1. (the sound of) a blow or knock. We heard a loud bump.
2. a swelling or raised part. a bump on the head; This road is full of bumps.
ˈbumper noun
a bar on a motor vehicle to lessen damage when it collides with anything.
adjective
excellent in some way, especially by being large. a bumper crop.
ˈbumpy adjective
uneven. a bumpy road.
bump into
to meet (someone) by accident. I bumped into him in the street.
bump of
(slang) to murder someone.

bumpy

وَعِر hrbolatý ujævn holprig ανώμαλος desigual, lleno de baches kuoppainen cahoteux neravan accidentato でこぼこのある 울퉁불퉁한 hobbelig ujevn wyboisty esburacado ухабистый gropig ขรุขระ tümsekli gập ghềnh 颠簸的
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