a lump of something

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English-Indonesian dictionary. 2013.

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  • lump — [[t]lʌ̱mp[/t]] lumps, lumping, lumped 1) N COUNT: oft N of n A lump of something is a solid piece of it. The potter shaped and squeezed the lump of clay into a graceful shape. ...a lump of wood... They used to buy ten kilos of beef in one lump.… …   English dictionary

  • lump — lump1 [lump] n. [ME lompe, lumpe, akin ? to Dan lompe, a mass, lump, Swed dial. lump, a block, stump, MHG lumpe, rag: see LIMP1] 1. a solid mass of no special shape, esp. one small enough to be taken up in the hand; hunk 2. a) a small cube or… …   English World dictionary

  • lump it — very informal phrase to accept a situation, even though you do not like it or agree with it like it or lump it: You can like it or lump it, but I’ve got to work. Thesaurus: to be patient, and to not complain too muchsynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • lump — Ⅰ. lump [1] ► NOUN 1) a compact mass, especially one without a definite or regular shape. 2) a swelling under the skin. 3) informal a heavy, ungainly, or slow witted person. 4) (the lump) Brit. informal casual employment in the building trade …   English terms dictionary

  • lump — 1 noun (C) 1 a small piece of something solid, without a particular shape: There were lumps in the sauce. (+ of): a lump of coal 2 something small that sticks out from someone s skin or grows in their body, usually because of an illness: Check… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • lump — I. /lʌmp / (say lump) noun 1. a piece or mass of solid matter without regular shape, or of no particular shape. 2. a protuberance or swelling: a lump on the head. 3. Colloquial a stupid, clumsy person. –adjective 4. in the form of a lump or lumps …   Australian English dictionary

  • lump — lump1 S2 [lʌmp] n 1.) a small piece of something solid, without a particular shape ▪ Strain the custard to remove lumps. lump of ▪ Melt a lump of butter in your frying pan. 2.) a small hard swollen area that sticks out from someone s skin or… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lump — lump1 [ lʌmp ] noun count ** 1. ) a solid piece of something that does not have a regular shape: lump of: a lump of metal/coal/concrete a lump of cheese/butter/meat a ) a solid piece of sugar with a square shape b ) a solid piece in a substance… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • lump — I UK [lʌmp] / US noun [countable] Word forms lump : singular lump plural lumps ** 1) a solid piece of something that does not have a regular shape lump of: a lump of metal/coal/concrete a lump of cheese/butter/meat a) a solid piece of sugar with… …   English dictionary

  • lump in one's throat — {n. phr.} A feeling (as of grief or pride) so strong that you almost sob. * /John s mother had a lump in her throat at his college graduation./ * /All during her husband s funeral, Aunt May had a lump in her throat./ * /The bride s mother had a… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • lump in one's throat — {n. phr.} A feeling (as of grief or pride) so strong that you almost sob. * /John s mother had a lump in her throat at his college graduation./ * /All during her husband s funeral, Aunt May had a lump in her throat./ * /The bride s mother had a… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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