Slang meaning of A BIT OF A BUMBLE

A BIT OF A BUMBLE means: A bit of a bumble is Dorset slang for confusion.

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A BIT OF A BUMBLE means: A bit of a bumble is Dorset slang for confusion.

Slang definition of A BIT OF A BUMBLE

A BIT OF A BUMBLE means: A bit of a bumble is Dorset slang for confusion.

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Bumble (n.): The bittern.

Bumble (v. i.): To make a hollow or humming noise, like that of a bumblebee; to cry as a bittern.

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Meaning of A BIT OF A BUMBLE

A BIT OF A BUMBLE means: A bit of a bumble is Dorset slang for confusion.

Meaning of Left Luggage

Left Luggage means: n a place (usually in a railway station) where you can dump your belongings for a time while you bumble around shopping, or whatever takes your fancy.

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faff means: v pussyfoot; bumble about doing things that aren’t quite relevant to the task in hand. You’ll often find it used when men are complaining about women faffing around trying on different sets of clothes before going out, which uses up valuable drinking time.

Meaning of creche

creche means: n day-care. The place you take your children to be looked after, usually while you bumble off and make the money you’ll need to pay for it. The Brits do not use the word to describe a the revolting Christian Christmas scene that your child brought home from school and you’re not sure where to jettison (see “nativity”).

Meaning of Bumble

Bumble means: The bittern.

Meaning of Bumble

Bumble means: To make a hollow or humming noise, like that of a bumblebee; to cry as a bittern.

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