Associations to the word «Bottom»
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BOTTOM, noun. The lowest part from the uppermost part, in either of these senses:
BOTTOM, noun. (Can we clean up() this sense?) The part furthest in the direction toward which an unsupported object would fall.
BOTTOM, noun. (Can we clean up() this sense?) The part seen, or intended to be seen, nearest the edge of the visual field normally occupied by the lowest visible objects, as "footers appear at the bottoms of pages".
BOTTOM, noun. (uncountable) (British) (slang) Character, reliability, staying power, dignity, integrity or sound judgment.
BOTTOM, noun. (British) (US) A valley, often used in place names.
BOTTOM, noun. (euphemistic) The buttocks or anus.
BOTTOM, noun. (nautical) A cargo vessel, a ship.
BOTTOM, noun. (nautical) Certain parts of a vessel, particularly the cargo hold or the portion of the ship that is always underwater.
BOTTOM, noun. (baseball) The second half of an inning, the home team's turn to bat.
BOTTOM, noun. (BDSM) A submissive in sadomasochistic sexual activity.
BOTTOM, noun. (LGBT) (slang) A man penetrated or with a preference for being penetrated during homosexual intercourse.
BOTTOM, noun. (physics) A bottom quark.
BOTTOM, noun. (often figuratively) The lowest part of a container.
BOTTOM, noun. A ball or skein of thread; a cocoon.
BOTTOM, noun. The bed of a body of water, as of a river, lake, or sea.
BOTTOM, noun. An abyss.
BOTTOM, noun. (obsolete) Power of endurance.
BOTTOM, noun. (obsolete) Dregs or grounds; lees; sediment.
BOTTOM, verb. To fall to the lowest point.
BOTTOM, verb. To establish firmly; to found or justify on or upon something; to set on a firm footing; to set or rest on or upon something which provides support or authority.
BOTTOM, verb. (intransitive) To rest, as upon an ultimate support; to be based or grounded.
BOTTOM, verb. (intransitive) To reach or impinge against the bottom, so as to impede free action, as when the point of a cog strikes the bottom of a space between two other cogs, or a piston the end of a cylinder.
BOTTOM, verb. (obsolete) (transitive) To wind round something, as in making a ball of thread.
BOTTOM, verb. (transitive) To furnish with a bottom.
BOTTOM, verb. To be the submissive in a BDSM relationship or roleplay.
BOTTOM, verb. To be anally penetrated in gay sex.
BOTTOM, adjective. The lowest or last place or position.
BOTTOM ANTIQUARK, noun. (physics) The antiparticle of the bottom quark
BOTTOM BITCH, noun. (idiomatic) (sex) A particularly submissive sex partner, especially a gay male
BOTTOM BITCH, noun. (idiomatic) (prostitution) The most successful and alpha female (or beta male) in a prostitution ring
BOTTOM BITCHES, noun. Plural of bottom bitch
BOTTOM BURP, noun. (vulgar) Flatulence.
BOTTOM BURPS, noun. Plural of bottom burp
BOTTOM DOLLAR, noun. The last of one's money; all of one's money.
BOTTOM DRAWER, noun. (Ireland) A lady’s storage box containing items saved for her wedding or married life.
BOTTOM DRAWER SYNDROME, proper noun. The situation where information is hidden or discarded because it is undesirable in some way, e.g. unfavourable research results.
BOTTOM EDGE, noun. Used other than as an idiom: see bottom, edge.
BOTTOM EDGE, noun. (cricket) The edge of a bat closest to the ground.
BOTTOM EDGE, noun. (cricket) A deflection of a ball off of the bottom edge of a bat, onto the ground and potentially into the wicket.
BOTTOM EDGE, verb. (cricket) To hit the ball with the bottom edge of the bat.
BOTTOM EDGED, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of bottom edge
BOTTOM EDGES, noun. Plural of bottom edge
BOTTOM EDGES, verb. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bottom edge
BOTTOM EDGING, verb. Present participle of bottom edge
BOTTOM FEEDER, noun. A fish or other aquatic creature that feeds off the bottom of its habitat; a flatfish.
BOTTOM FEEDER, noun. (idiomatic) (by extension) A person who operates amidst or thrives on the unwholesome things in a society; one who takes advantage of the misfortune of others.
BOTTOM FEEDERS, noun. Plural of bottom feeder
BOTTOM FEEDING, adjective. (of a fish or other aquatic creature) Feeding off plant and animal life found in the lowest regions of its habitat.
BOTTOM FEEDING, adjective. (of a person, organization, etc) Dwelling amidst or thriving on unwholesome situations or activities in society.
BOTTOM FERMENTATION, noun. (brewing) A slow alcoholic fermentation process carried out at low temperatures during which the yeast sinks to the bottom of the liquid. Used in brewing lager-type beers.
BOTTOM FISHING, noun. Fishing with bait, lines, and other gear used to catch aquatic creatures which inhabit the lowest regions of a body of water, including a seabed or riverbed.
BOTTOM FISHING, noun. (idiomatic) (business) (finance) Buying, or seeking opportunities to buy, investment securities or other valuable properties at a time when markets are depressed and prices are low.
BOTTOM GEAR, noun. The lowest gearing available from a gearbox, typically in a motor vehicle or cycle.
BOTTOM GEARS, noun. Plural of bottom gear
BOTTOM HAND, noun. Used other than as an idiom: see bottom, hand.
BOTTOM HAND, noun. (cricket) With a standard batting grip, the hand placed further down the handle of the bat; the batsman's dominant hand, providing most power to a shot.
BOTTOM HANDS, noun. Plural of bottom hand
BOTTOM KILL, noun. (oil industry) a method of closing an oil well, by drilling a relief well to the bottom of the borehole of the blown-out well, and pumping in heavy drilling fluid (synthetic mud) to counteract oil pressure and staunch the flow, then filling in the orifice to the oil reservoir with concrete (cement) sealing the blow-out and the relief wells
BOTTOM LINE, noun. (accounting) The final balance; the amount of money or profit left after everything has been tallied.
BOTTOM LINE, noun. (idiomatic) (uncountable) The summary or result; the most important information; the upshot; the net-net.
BOTTOM LINER, noun. A person who is most concerned with the bottom line.
BOTTOM LINERS, noun. Plural of bottom liner
BOTTOM LINES, noun. Plural of bottom line
BOTTOM OF THE BARREL, noun. (figurative) A person or thing of low quality or poor character.
BOTTOM OF THE HARBOUR, noun. (Australia) A tax avoidance scheme from the 1970s.
BOTTOM OF THE HOUR, noun. The time at (or very close to) half the next hour of time. Refers to the time when the position of the long hand is pointing toward the number 6, or exactly halfway between the preceding hour and the upcoming one.
BOTTOM OF THE LINE, noun. (idiomatic) (often used attributively) The worst, the most lackluster, or lowest quality currently on the market, especially among selections in a product line.
BOTTOM OF THE NINTH, noun. In baseball, the second part of the ninth and final inning. The end of the game.
BOTTOM OF THE NINTH, noun. (idiomatic) By extension, any last chance or final opportunity.
BOTTOM OF THE TABLE, adjective. (UK) (sports) Finishing in last place in the standings in a league or tournament.
BOTTOM ORDER, noun. (cricket) The batsmen, constituting the tail, who bat last - roughly in positions 8 to 11.
BOTTOM OUT, verb. (intransitive) to reach the bottom, to reach the nadir or low point.
BOTTOM QUARK, noun. (particle) A quark having a fractional electric charge of -1/3 and a mass about 4,100 to 4,400 MeV. Symbol: b
BOTTOM QUARKS, noun. Plural of bottom quark
BOTTOM SHEET, noun. A bed sheet used to cover a mattress, i.e. the sheet that one typically lies on.
BOTTOM SURGERY, noun. Sex reassignment surgery (specifically referring to the genitalia, as opposed to top surgery).
BOTTOM THE HOUSE, verb. (idiomatic) (dated) To clean a house from top to bottom; to clean a house extremely thoroughly
BOTTOM, noun. The lower side of anything.
BOTTOM, noun. The lowest part of anything; "they started at the bottom of the hill".
BOTTOM, noun. The fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; "he deserves a good kick in the butt"; "are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?".
BOTTOM, noun. The second half of an inning; while the home team is at bat.
BOTTOM, noun. A depression forming the ground under a body of water; "he searched for treasure on the ocean bed".
BOTTOM, noun. Low-lying alluvial land near a river.
BOTTOM, noun. A cargo ship; "they did much of their overseas trade in foreign bottoms".
BOTTOM, verb. Provide with a bottom or a seat; "bottom the chairs".
BOTTOM, verb. Strike the ground, as with a ship's bottom.
BOTTOM, verb. Come to understand.
BOTTOM, adjective. Situated at the bottom or lowest position; "the bottom drawer".
BOTTOM, adjective. The lowest rank; "bottom member of the class".
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