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English - Pronunciation

* (Received Pronunciation) enPR: bŏb, IPA(key): /bɒb/ * Rhymes: -ɒb * (US) enPR: bäb, IPA(key): /bɑb/ * Rhymes: -ɑːb

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VERB BOB (_third-person singular simple present_ BOBS, _present participle_ BOBBING, _simple past and past participle_ BOBBED) * (intransitive) To move gently and vertically, in either a single motion or repeatedly up and down, at or near the surface of a body of water. _The cork BOBBED gently in the calm water._ _The ball, which we had thought lost, suddenly BOBBED up out of the water._ * (transitive) To move (something) as though it were bobbing in water. _I BOBBED my head under water and saw the goldfish._ _BOB one's head_ (= to NOD) * To curtsy. * To strike with a quick, light blow; to tap. * Elyot He was suddenly BOBBED on the face by the servants. TRANSLATIONS DERIVED TERMS * bobber * bob for apples * bob up NOUN BOB (_plural_ BOBS) * A bobbing motion. _a BOB of the head_ * A bobber. * Lauson Or yellow BOBS turn'd up before the plough / Are chiefest baits, with cork and lead enough. * A curtsy. TRANSLATIONS

Verb

bob (third-person singular simple present bobs, present participle bobbing, simple past and past participle bobbed)

  1. (intransitive) To move gently and vertically, in either a single motion or repeatedly up and down, at or near the surface of a body of water.
    The cork bobbed gently in the calm water.
    The ball, which we had thought lost, suddenly bobbed up out of the water.
  2. (transitive) To move (something) as though it were bobbing in water.
    I bobbed my head under water and saw the goldfish.
    bob one's head (= to nod)
  3. To curtsy.
  4. To strike with a quick, light blow; to tap.
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Noun

bob (plural bobs)

  1. A bobbing motion.
    a bob of the head
  2. A bobber.
  3. A curtsy.
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English - Etymology 2

NOUN BOB (_plural_ BOBS) * A bob haircut. * Any round object attached loosely to a flexible line, a rod, a body part etc., so that it may swing when hanging from it * 1773, Oliver Goldsmith, _She Stoops to Conquer_ Ecod! I have got them. Here they are. My cousin Con's necklaces, BOBS and all. * The dangling mass of a pendulum or plumb line. * The docked tail of a horse. * A short line ending a stanza of a poem. * The short runner of a sled. * A small wheel, made of leather, with rounded edges, used in polishing spoons, etc. * A working beam in a steam engine. * A particular style of ringing changes on bells. * A blow; a shake or jog; a rap, as with the fist. * (obsolete) A knot or short curl of hair; also, a bob wig. * Shenstone A plain brown BOB he wore. * (obsolete) The refrain of a song. * L'Estrange To bed, to bed, will be the BOB of the song. * (obsolete) A jeer; a sharp jest or taunt. * Shakespeare He that a fool doth very wisely hit, / Doth very foolishly, although he smart, / Not to seem senseless of the BOB. TRANSLATIONS VERB BOB (_third-person singular simple present_ BOBS, _present participle_ BOBBING, _simple past and past participle_ BOBBED) * (transitive) To cut (hair) into a bob haircut. _I got my hair BOBBED. How do you like it?_ * (transitive) To shorten by cutting; to dock; to crop * Short form of bobsleigh TRANSLATIONS

Noun

bob (plural bobs)

  1. A bob haircut.
  2. Any round object attached loosely to a flexible line, a rod, a body part etc., so that it may swing when hanging from it
  3. The dangling mass of a pendulum or plumb line.
  4. The docked tail of a horse.
  5. A short line ending a stanza of a poem.
  6. The short runner of a sled.
  7. A small wheel, made of leather, with rounded edges, used in polishing spoons, etc.
  8. A working beam in a steam engine.
  9. A particular style of ringing changes on bells.
  10. A blow; a shake or jog; a rap, as with the fist.
  11. (obsolete) A knot or short curl of hair; also, a bob wig.
  12. (obsolete) The refrain of a song.
  13. (obsolete) A jeer; a sharp jest or taunt.
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Verb

bob (third-person singular simple present bobs, present participle bobbing, simple past and past participle bobbed)

  1. (transitive) To cut (hair) into a bob haircut.
    I got my hair bobbed. How do you like it?
  2. (transitive) To shorten by cutting; to dock; to crop
  3. Short form of bobsleigh
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English - Etymology 3

NOUN BOB (_plural_ BOB) * (UK and Australia, historical, dated slang) A shilling. * 1922, James Joyce, _Ulysses_, Episode 12, _The Cyclops_ One of the bottlenosed fraternity it was went by the name of James Wought alias Saphiro alias Spark and Spiro, put an ad in the papers saying he'd give a passage to Canada for twenty BOB. 1933, George Orwell, _Down and Out in Paris and London_, xxix ‘’Ere y’are, the best rig-out you ever ’ad. A tosheroon [half a crown] for the coat, two ’ogs for the trousers, one and a tanner for the boots, and a ’og for the cap and scarf. That’s seven BOB.’ * 1960, P. G. Wodehouse, _Jeeves in the Offing_, chapter XVII _[…] there was a sound of barking and a great hefty dog of the Hound of the Baskervilles type came galloping at me, obviously intent on mayhem, [... and] I was just commending my soul to God and thinking that this was where my new flannel trousers got about thirty BOBS' worth of value bitten out of them […]_ * (Australia, dated slang) A 10-cent coin. * (slang) An unspecified amount of money. * _Spot me a few BOB, Robert._ DERIVED TERMS * bob-a-job * bent as a nine-bob note * two-bob bit USAGE NOTES * The use of BOB for shilling is dated slang in the UK and Australia, since decimalisation. In East African countries where the currency is the shilling, it is current usage, and not considered slang. OED gives first usage as 1789. * The use of BOB to describe a 10-cent coin is derived from the fact that it was of equal worth to a shilling during decimalisation, however since then, the term has slowly dropped out of usage and is seldom used today.

Noun

bob (plural bob)

  1. (UK and Australia, historical, dated slang) A shilling.
    1933, George Orwell, Down and Out in Paris and London, xxix
    ‘’Ere y’are, the best rig-out you ever ’ad. A tosheroon [half a crown] for the coat, two ’ogs for the trousers, one and a tanner for the boots, and a ’og for the cap and scarf. That’s seven bob.’
  2. (Australia, dated slang) A 10-cent coin.
  3. (slang) An unspecified amount of money.
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English - Etymology 4

NOUN BOB (_plural_ BOBS) * Abbreviation of _shishkabob_.

Noun

bob (plural bobs)

  1. Abbreviation of shishkabob.

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English - Etymology 5

_blitter_ _object_ NOUN BOB (_plural_ BOBS) * (computer graphics) A graphical element, resembling a hardware sprite, that can be blitted around the screen in large numbers. * 1986, Eugene P Mortimore, _Amiga programmer's handbook, Volumes 1-2_ The BOB list determines the drawing priority... * 1995, "John Girvin", _Blitting bobs_ (on Internet newsgroup _comp.sys.amiga.programmer_) IMHO, youd [_sic_] be better doing other things with the CPU and letting the blitter draw BOBS, esp on a machine with fast ram. * 2002, "demoeffects", _Demotized 0.0.1 - A collection of demo effects from the early days of the demo scene._ (on Internet newsgroup _fm.announce_) Changes: This release adds 2 new effects (BOBS and unlimited bobs), has a GFX directory for sharing graphics, adds utility functions to the common code... DERIVED TERMS * shadebob

blitter object

Noun

bob (plural bobs)

  1. (computer graphics) A graphical element, resembling a hardware sprite, that can be blitted around the screen in large numbers.
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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* obb

Que a categoria em DUTCH - ETYMOLOGY
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Dutch - Etymology

From BEWUST ONBESCHONKEN BESTUURDER.

From bewust onbeschonken bestuurder.

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Dutch - Noun

BOB

bob

Que a categoria em FRENCH - ETYMOLOGY
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French - Etymology

From the English personal name _Bob_, used to designate light infantrymen, and probably introduced into French during the First World War.

From the English personal name Bob, used to designate light infantrymen, and probably introduced into French during the First World War.

Que a categoria em FRENCH - PRONUNCIATION
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French - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /bɔb/

  • IPA(key): /bɔb/

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French - Noun

BOB

bob

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French - External Links

* “bob” in _le Trésor de la langue française informatisé_ (_The Digitized Treasury of the French Language_).

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Hungarian - Noun

BOB (_plural_ bobok) * bobsleigh * a type of sled (a flat-bottomed concave plastic sled with no runners, equipped with brakes) * a car used on the track of an alpine slide or bobsled rollercoaster (mountain coaster) DECLENSION SYNONYMS * szánkó

bob (plural bobok)

  1. bobsleigh
  2. a type of sled (a flat-bottomed concave plastic sled with no runners, equipped with brakes)
  3. a car used on the track of an alpine slide or bobsled rollercoaster (mountain coaster)

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Synonyms

  • szánkó

Que a categoria em ITALIAN - NOUN
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Italian - Noun

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Lower Sorbian - Etymology

From Proto-Slavic _*bobъ_, from Proto-Indo-European _*bʰabʰ-_. Cognate with Upper Sorbian _bob_, Polish _bób_, Czech _bob_, Russian _боб_ (bob), Serbo-Croatian _bȍb_.

From Proto-Slavic *bobъ, from Proto-Indo-European *bʰabʰ-. Cognate with Upper Sorbian bob, Polish bób, Czech bob, Russian боб (bob), Serbo-Croatian bȍb.

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Lower Sorbian - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [bɔp]

  • IPA(key): [bɔp]

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Lower Sorbian - Noun

BOB

bob

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Romanian - Etymology

From Serbo-Croatian _bob_.

From Serbo-Croatian bob.

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Romanian - Noun

BOB n * A type of bean. * Any seed, pit, stone, berry. RELATED TERMS * boabă SEE ALSO * sămânță * grăunte

bob n

  1. A type of bean.
  2. Any seed, pit, stone, berry.

Related terms

  • boabă

See also

  • sămânță
  • grăunte

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Serbo-Croatian - Etymology 1

From Proto-Slavic _*bobъ_. PRONUNCIATION * IPA(key): /bôb/ NOUN BȌB

From Proto-Slavic *bobъ.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /bôb/

Noun

bȍb

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Serbo-Croatian - Etymology 2

From English _bob_. PRONUNCIATION * IPA(key): /bôb/ NOUN BȌB

From English bob.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /bôb/

Noun

bȍb

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Welsh - Adjective

BOB * Soft mutation of _pob_.

bob

  1. Soft mutation of pob.


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