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Buddles

ˈbʌd(ə)l

Meanings of Buddles:

noun

A shallow inclined container in which ore is washed.

Usage examples:

These are the only two circular buddles known in north america, and they represent the importation …

Buddy

ˈbʌd.i

Meanings of Buddy:

noun

A close friend.

Usage examples:

They had become the best of buddies
verb

Become friendly and spend time with someone.

Usage examples:

I decided to buddy up to them

Meanings of Buddy-up:

phrasal verb

To become friends with someone

Usage examples:

He quickly buddied up with jan's husband.

Meanings of Bude:

verb

With a person or thing as subject and bare or to -infinitive. was necessitated or obliged; should, must (with both deontic and epistemic force).

Budge up

bʌdʒ

Meanings of Budge up:

phrasal verb

Said to someone in order to ask them to move so that there is room for you

Meanings of Budgeree:

adjective

Good or right.

Usage examples:

He was an altogether budgeree fellow

Budgerigar

ˈbʌdʒ.i

Meanings of Budgerigar:

noun

A small gregarious australian parakeet which is green with a yellow head in the wild. it is popular as a cage bird and has been bred in a variety of colours.

Usage examples:

The first step in ensuring that your budgerigars get sufficient exercise is to house them in an app…

Budgerigars

ˈbʌdʒ.i

Meanings of Budgerigars:

noun

A small gregarious australian parakeet which is green with a yellow head in the wild. it is popular as a cage bird and has been bred in a variety of colours.

Usage examples:

The first step in ensuring that your budgerigars get sufficient exercise is to house them in an app…

Budget

ˈbʌdʒ.ɪt

Meanings of Budget:

noun

An estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time.

Usage examples:

Keep within the household budget
verb

Allow or provide a particular amount of money in a budget.

Usage examples:

The university is budgeting for a deficit
adjective

Inexpensive.

Usage examples:

A budget guitar

Meanings of Budget-for:

noun

A uk government organization that provides information on public finances to support the government’s financial decisions, and that provides judgments on their results

Budgetary

ˈbʌdʒ.ɪ.tər.i

Meanings of Budgetary:

adjective

Relating to or in accordance with an estimate of income and expenditure.

Usage examples:

Tight budgetary constraints

Meanings of Budgeted:

adjective

(of a sum of money) provided for a particular purpose from a budget.

Usage examples:

A budgeted figure of £31,000
verb

Allow or provide a particular amount of money in a budget.

Usage examples:

The university is budgeting for a deficit

Budgeting

ˈbʌdʒɪtɪŋ

Meanings of Budgeting:

verb

Allow or provide a particular amount of money in a budget.

Usage examples:

The university is budgeting for a deficit
noun

An estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time.

Usage examples:

Keep within the household budget
adjective

Inexpensive.

Usage examples:

A budget guitar

Budgets

ˈbʌdʒɪt

Meanings of Budgets:

noun

An estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time.

Usage examples:

Keep within the household budget
verb

Allow or provide a particular amount of money in a budget.

Usage examples:

The university is budgeting for a deficit
adjective

Inexpensive.

Usage examples:

A budget guitar

Budgie

ˈbʌdʒi

Meanings of Budgie:

noun

A budgerigar.

Usage examples:

Also rescued were their pet birds a cockatiel, two parrots and three budgies.

Meanings of Budgies:

noun

A budgerigar.

Usage examples:

Also rescued were their pet birds a cockatiel, two parrots and three budgies.

Budging

bʌdʒ

Meanings of Budging:

verb

Make or cause to make the slightest movement.

Usage examples:

The queue in the bank hasn't budged

Buds

bʌd

Meanings of Buds:

noun

A compact growth on a plant that develops into a leaf, flower, or shoot.

Usage examples:

Flower meristem, flower buds, and leaves from green and 2 d-etiolated plants were analysed for atp …
verb

(of a plant or animal) form a bud.

Usage examples:

New blood vessels bud out from the vascular bed

Meanings of Budwood:

noun

Short lengths of young branches with buds prepared for grafting on to the rootstock of another plant.

Usage examples:

The farms had received budwood from a nursery in the quarantine area in central queensland.

Buenos

ˌbweɪ.nɒs ˈaɪ.riːz

Meanings of Buenos:

noun

The capital city of argentina, in the eastern part of the country

Usage examples:

In buenos aires that day there will not be a single seat available in any bar or restaurant., for 1…

Buff

bʌf

Meanings of Buff:

noun

A yellowish-beige colour.

Usage examples:

A buff envelope
verb

Polish (something).

Usage examples:

He buffed the glass until it gleamed
adjective

(of a person or their body) in good physical shape with well-developed muscles.

Usage examples:

The driver was a buff blond named march

Meanings of Buffalo:

noun

A heavily built wild ox with backswept horns, found mainly in the old world tropics.

Usage examples:

Endangered species include tapir, guar and banteng, wild buffalo, serow, red dog, asiatic elephant,…
verb

Overawe or intimidate (someone).

Usage examples:

She didn't like being buffaloed
proper noun

An industrial city in new york state; population 270,919 (est. 2008). situated at the eastern end of lake erie, it is a major port of the st lawrence seaway.

Buffaloed

ˈbʌfələʊ

Meanings of Buffaloed:

verb

Overawe or intimidate (someone).

Usage examples:

She didn't like being buffaloed
noun

A heavily built wild ox with backswept horns, found mainly in the old world tropics.

Usage examples:

Endangered species include tapir, guar and banteng, wild buffalo, serow, red dog, asiatic elephant,…
proper noun

An industrial city in new york state; population 270,919 (est. 2008). situated at the eastern end of lake erie, it is a major port of the st lawrence seaway.

Buffaloes

ˈbʌfələʊ

Meanings of Buffaloes:

noun

A heavily built wild ox with backswept horns, found mainly in the old world tropics.

Usage examples:

Endangered species include tapir, guar and banteng, wild buffalo, serow, red dog, asiatic elephant,…
verb

Overawe or intimidate (someone).

Usage examples:

She didn't like being buffaloed
proper noun

An industrial city in new york state; population 270,919 (est. 2008). situated at the eastern end of lake erie, it is a major port of the st lawrence seaway.

Plural of buffalo

Meanings of Buffaloing:

verb

Overawe or intimidate (someone).

Usage examples:

She didn't like being buffaloed
noun

A heavily built wild ox with backswept horns, found mainly in the old world tropics.

Usage examples:

Endangered species include tapir, guar and banteng, wild buffalo, serow, red dog, asiatic elephant,…
proper noun

An industrial city in new york state; population 270,919 (est. 2008). situated at the eastern end of lake erie, it is a major port of the st lawrence seaway.

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