- (transitive, adverb) (slang) to murder; kill
Example Sentences Including 'bump off'
1/ 2 A PERFECT MURDER (M): Michael Douglas plans to bump off Gwyneth Paltrow in this slick but soulless remake of Dial M for Murder.
Aussies bump off rivals ByRON REED in San Diego CRASH, bang, wallop!
He said: `It was far from all the blood and guts you expect when they bump off a character now -- you had to use your imagination.
Sun, News of the World (2000)
Les got the idea that they're playing at stake-out goats to this other feller who's trying to bump off the two of them.
Police say 70s TV star Blake hired a contract killer to bump off wife Bonnie Lee Blakely, 44.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
So she embarks on a passionate affair with a wastrel lawyer and convinces him to bump off her husband.
India Today (2003)
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