Bust


Bust

Bust may refer to:
* Bust (sculpture), a sculpture depicting a person's head and shoulders
* "Bust" (magazine), a feminist pop culture magazine
* An alternative term for an arrest.
* An alternative term for human breasts.
* A song by Outkast from "Speakerboxxx/The Love Below"
* A short film from Director Duncan M. Rogers
* An economic term, as in a boom and bust cycle, or as a slang term for bankruptcy
* A term used in professional sports to refer to usually either a top draft pick or a top free agent signing, who didn't live up to expectations.
* Going over 21 in blackjack.

ee also

* Bussed, the past form of the verb "to bus" = "to carry in a bus"
* Busted (disambiguation)


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  • Bust — Bust …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bust — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Bust Escudo …   Wikipedia Español

  • bust-up — ˈbust up noun [countable] 1. when a unit such as a company or department is broken into parts 2. JOURNALISM when people disagree strongly: • a boardroom bust up, when the chief executive walked out after six weeks in the job * * * bust up UK US… …   Financial and business terms

  • bust-up — n informal 1.) the end of a relationship bust up of ▪ the bust up of their marriage →bust up at ↑bust1 2.) BrE a very bad quarrel or fight ▪ Cathy and I had a real bust up yesterday …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bust-up — bust ups 1) N COUNT A bust up is a serious quarrel, often resulting in the end of a relationship. [INFORMAL] She had had this bust up with her family. Syn: row 2) N COUNT A bust up is a fight. [BRIT, INFORMAL] ...a bust up which she says left her …   English dictionary

  • bust — [n1] chest of human bosom, breast, chest, front; concept 392 bust [n2] arrest for illegal action apprehension, arrest, capture, cop, detention, nab, pickup, pinch, raid, search, seizure; concepts 298,317 Ant. exoneration bust [v1] …   New thesaurus

  • bust — ust (b[u^]st), v. i. 1. To break or burst. [informal] [PJC] 2. (Card Playing) In blackjack, to draw a card that causes one s total to exceed twenty one. [PJC] 3. To go bankrupt. [PJC] {to go bust} to go bankrupt. {or bust} or collapse from the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bust — Ⅰ. bust [1] ► NOUN 1) a woman s breasts. 2) a sculpture of a person s head, shoulders, and chest. ORIGIN French buste, from Latin bustum tomb, sepulchral monument . Ⅱ. bust [2] informal …   English terms dictionary

  • bust — bust1 [bust] n. [Fr buste < It busto] 1. a piece of sculpture representing the head, shoulders, and upper chest of a human body 2. the human bosom; esp., the breasts of a woman SYN. BREAST bust2 [bust] Informal vt. [orig., dial. var. of …   English World dictionary

  • bust|ed — «BUHS tihd», adjective. 1. Slang. broken. 2. Informal. ruined; bankrupt. busted, combining form. having a bust: »Full busted = having a full bust …   Useful english dictionary