Definition of 'bumpy'
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That said, investors should be ready for a bumpy ride. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It's been a bumpy ride. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They have had a bumpy ride since a profit warning last year. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The drivers have all been complaining about the bumpy surface. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And so our bumpy journey to the valley continues. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It has been a bumpy road at times. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is going to be a bumpy ride. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It deserves our support on the bumpy road still ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Investors must be prepared for a bumpy ride. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But she warned of a bumpy road ahead. The Sun (2010)But it could be a bumpy road to get there. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That does not mean the economy might not yet be in for a bit of a bumpy ride in coming quarters. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Everyone gets a less bumpy ride. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Real driving also requires intense concentration and unexpected physical exertion as the car goes around the bends and over the bumpy surface. Times, Sunday Times (2006)That can be a very bumpy road, but they are at least halfway through that process. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The bumpy flight to a grassy jungle airstrip was just 45 minutes but it took us back a thousand years. The Sun (2008)This cumbersome load makes for a bumpy journey, but it also means there is always something to occupy your attention. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Following a long and bumpy flight I was parched and peckish. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Real wages are rising strongly and, though the path will be bumpy, productivity should recover. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was, as you would expect, a pretty bumpy flight. The Sun (2008)I certainly had some experiences, sometimes bumpy and rough, sometimes good. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'bumpy'
British English: bumpy /ˈbʌmpɪ/ ADJECTIVE
A bumpy road or path has a lot of bumps on it.
- American English: bumpy
- Arabic: وَعِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: esburacado estrada
- Chinese: 颠簸的
- Croatian: neravan
- Czech: hrbolatý
- Danish: ujævn
- Dutch: hobbelig
- European Spanish: lleno de baches
- Finnish: kuoppainen
- French: cahoteux
- German: holprig
- Greek: ανώμαλος δρόμος
- Italian: accidentato
- Japanese: でこぼこのある
- Korean: 울퉁불퉁한
- Norwegian: ujevn
- Polish: wyboisty
- European Portuguese: esburacado estrada
- Romanian: accidentat
- Russian: ухабистый
- Spanish: desigual
- Swedish: gropig
- Thai: ขรุขระ
- Turkish: tümsekli
- Ukrainian: вибоїстий
- Vietnamese: gập ghềnh đường
Definition of bumpy from the Collins English Dictionary
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