Definition of 'bumper'
Example sentences containing 'bumper'
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Retailers are planning for a bumper festive season, according to research. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As you may imagine, the gossip farmers have been reaping a bumper crop of conjecture on the subject. Times, Sunday Times (2016)ENGLAND stars have hit a 20million jackpot with a bumper pay rise over the next four years. The Sun (2016)There have been times in my life when I wanted to have this as a bumper sticker. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Wall Street's investment banks will enjoy bumper profits thanks to lower corporation tax and looser regulation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is no explanation,' she says of the bumper year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This support not only saved the banks but is now ensuring that many are making bumper profits. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The bumper executive pay and payoff packages keep coming. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This has been a bumper year for science books about mathematics. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The garage failed to fix the fault and damaged the bumper and chassis in the process. The Sun (2011)This year was a bit of a bumper crop. The Sun (2015)No one wants a former employee to turn up to the celebration of a bumper bonus. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This means that he could be in line for another bumper payday. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The new ones are as scary as bumper cars. The Sun (2010)The bottom part of the front bumper is a bit different. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In fact their first year has produced a bumper harvest. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There is also a diffuser panel beneath the rear bumper. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The era when financial engineering alone could deliver bumper profits is largely over. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Bank bosses should remember all this when they stand shocked by the outcry over bumper pay. The Sun (2013)We are predicting a bumper season. The Sun (2013)This is not a bumper sticker. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The town is hoping for a bumper tourist season this year as more people holiday in England. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She is now in line for a bumper divorce payout after calling an end to their eight-year marriage. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'bumper'
British English: bumper /ˈbʌmpə/ NOUN
Bumpers are bars at the front and back of a vehicle which protect it if it bumps into something.
What stickers do you have on the bumper?
- American English: bumper
- Arabic: مِصَدّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pára-choque
- Chinese: 缓冲器
- Croatian: branik
- Czech: nárazník
- Danish: kofanger
- Dutch: bumper
- European Spanish: parachoques
- Finnish: auton puskuri
- French: pare-chocs
- German: Stoßstange
- Greek: προφυλακτήρας
- Italian: paraurti
- Japanese: バンパー
- Korean: 범퍼
- Norwegian: støtfanger
- Polish: zderzak
- European Portuguese: pára-choque
- Romanian: bară de protecție
- Russian: бампер
- Spanish: parachoques
- Swedish: stötfångare
- Thai: กันชน
- Turkish: tampon oto
- Ukrainian: бампер
- Vietnamese: cái hãm xung
British English: bumper ADJECTIVE
A bumper crop or harvest is one that is larger than usual.
...a bumper crop of rice.
Definition of bumper from the Collins English Dictionary
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