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bum / culo >
 
bum   1   **   [bʌm]
A. -noun
(British, Great Britain)   (anatomy)   culo ** (m)
a. to put bums on seats   (theatre etcetera)   llenar el teatro or cine etcetera
B. -compound
·bum bag   -noun   riñonera (f)
·bum boy   ***   -noun
(British, Great Britain)   pejorative   maricónoun ** (m)
 
bum / holgazán
 
bum   2   *   [bʌm]
A. -noun
(especially United States)
(=idler)   holgazánoun (m) / holgazánounana (f),   vago (m) / vaga (f)
(=tramp)   vagabundo (m) / vagabunda (f)
(=scrounger)   gorrónoun (m) / gorrónounona (f)   (as term of general disapproval)   vago (m) / vaga (f)
a. to go or live on the bum
[scrounger]   vivir de gorra
[tramp]   vagabundear
b. to give somebody the bum'noun rush   echar a somebody, someone a patadas *
B. -adjective
1. (=worthless)   sin ningúnoun valor
2. (especially United States)
(=false)   falso
C. -transitive verb
[+money, food]   gorrear *
·he bummed a cigarette off me
me gorreó un pitillo *
D. -compound
·bum deal   -noun
·I knew I was getting a bum deal
·sabía que se estaban aprovechando de masculineí
·bum rap   -noun   acusaciónoun (f) falsa
·bum steer   -noun   bulo (m)
 
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