Found 3 items, similar to Lump.
English → Indonesian
benjol, benjolan, bincul, bingkah, bingkahan, bonjol, bungkal, gumpalan, menyamaratakan, penggal, pukal
English → English
n 1: a large piece of something without definite shape; “a hunk
; “a lump of coal”
2: a compact mass; “a ball of mud caught him on the shoulder”
3: abnormal protuberance or localized enlargement [syn: swelling
4: an awkward stupid person [syn: lout
v 1: put together indiscriminately; “lump together all the
2: group or chunk together in a certain order or place side by
side [syn: collocate
English → English
(l[u^]mp), n. [Cf. OD. lompe piece, mass. Cf.
1. A small mass of matter of irregular shape; an irregular or
shapeless mass; as, a lump of coal; a lump of iron ore. “
A lump of cheese.”
--Piers Plowman. “ This lump of
2. A mass or aggregation of things.
3. (Firearms) A projection beneath the breech end of a gun
In the lump
In a lump
, the whole together; in gross.
They may buy them in the lump. --Addison.
, coal in large lumps; -- the largest size brought
from the mine.
(a) a gross sum without a specification of items; as, to
award a lump sum in satisfaction of all claims and
(b) a single sum paid once in satisfaction of a claim, as
contrasted with the alternate choice of several
payments over a period of time; -- sometimes allowed,
e.g., as an alternative to periodical pension payments
for a lifetime.
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Lumped
; p. pr. & vb. n.
1. To throw into a mass; to unite in a body or sum without
distinction of particulars.
The expenses ought to be lumped together. --Ayliffe.
2. To take in the gross; to speak of collectively.
Not forgetting all others, . . . whom for brevity,
but out of no resentment to you, I lump all
3. To get along with as one can, although displeased; as, if
he doesn't like it, he can lump it. [Low]