Synonyms of bum in English

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bum1


See definition of bum

noun

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SYNONYMS

rear, rump, rear end, backside, seat

buttocks, cheeks, hindquarters, haunches

bottom

derrière

Sitzfleisch

technical nates

behind, sit-upon, stern, BTM, tochus, rusty dusty

botty, prat, jacksie

Scottish bahookie

North American butt, fanny, tush, tushie, tail, duff, buns, booty, caboose, heinie, patootie, keister, tuchis, bazoo, bippy

West Indian batty, rass

humorous fundament, posterior

vulgar slang arse, clunge

North American vulgar slang ass

archaic breech


Synonyms of bum in English

: bum1bum2

bum2


See definition of bum

noun

1‘bums would wander up and ask for a sandwich’

SYNONYMS

tramp, vagrant, vagabond, homeless person, derelict, down-and-out

itinerant, traveller, drifter, wanderer, person of no fixed address, beachcomber

ne'er do well, good for nothing

outcast, pariah

beggar, mendicant

hobo

NZ Australian bagman, sundowner, swagman

NZ streety

crusty, bag lady

British dosser

NZ Australian derro

2‘get out of bed, you lazy bum’

SYNONYMS

idler, loafer, good-for-nothing, wastrel, drone, scrounger, cadger, ne'er-do-well, do-nothing, layabout, slob, lounger, shirker, sluggard, laggard, slugabed, malingerer

rogue, rascal, scoundrel, villain

waster, loser, skiver, slacker, lazybones


verb

1‘he bummed around Florida for a few months’

SYNONYMS

loaf, lounge, idle, laze, languish, moon, stooge, droop, dally, dawdle, amble, potter, wander, drift, meander

mooch

North American lollygag, bat

2‘they tried to bum money off him’

SYNONYMS

scrounge, beg, borrow

cadge, sponge, touch someone for

British scab

Scottish sorn on someone for

North American mooch

NZ Australian bludge


adjective

1‘they have had a bum deal’

SYNONYMS

bad, poor, inferior, second-rate, second-class, unsatisfactory, inadequate, unacceptable, substandard, not up to scratch, not up to par, deficient, imperfect, defective, faulty, shoddy, amateurish, careless, negligent

dreadful, awful, terrible, abominable, frightful, atrocious, disgraceful, deplorable, hopeless, worthless, laughable, lamentable, miserable, sorry, third-rate, diabolical, execrable

crummy, rotten, pathetic, useless, woeful, lousy, ropy, appalling, abysmal, pitiful, God-awful, dire, poxy, not up to snuff, the pits

British duff, chronic, rubbish

vulgar slang crap, shit, chickenshit

ANTONYMS

excellent