Found 3 items, similar to bust.
English → Indonesian
kegagalan, menurunkan pangkat, patung sebatas dada
English → English
adj : lacking funds; "`skint' is a British slang term" [syn: broke
n 1: a complete failure; “the play was a dismal flop”
2: a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
3: an occasion for excessive eating or drinking; “they went on
a bust that lasted three days”
v 1: ruin completely; “He busted my radio!”
2: search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on;
“The police raided the crack house”
3: separate or cause to separate abruptly; “The rope snapped”
“tear the paper”
4: go to pieces; “The lawn mower finally broke”
; “The gears
; “The old chair finally fell apart completely”
, wear out
, fall apart
5: break open or apart suddenly and forcefully; “The dam burst”
English → English
(b[u^]st), n. [F. buste, fr. It. busto; cf. LL.
busta, bustula, box, of the same origin as E. box a case;
cf., for the change of meaning, E. chest. See Bushel
1. A piece of sculpture representing the upper part of the
human figure, including the head, shoulders, and breast.
Ambition sighed: she found it vain to trust
The faithless column, and the crumbling bust.
2. The portion of the human figure included between the head
and waist, whether in statuary or in the person; the chest
or thorax; the upper part of the trunk of the body.
3. Especially: A woman's bosom.
(b[u^]st), v. t.
To arrest, for committing a crime; -- often used in the
passive; as, the whole gang got busted. [informal]
(b[u^]st), v. i.
1. To break or burst. [informal]
2. (Card Playing) In blackjack, to draw a card that causes
one's total to exceed twenty-one.
3. To go bankrupt.
to go bust
to go bankrupt.
or collapse from the effort; -- used in phrases
expressing determination to do something; as, Oregon or
bust, meaning “We will get to Oregon or die trying.”