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The meaning of "Bush" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I got us backstage passes to Bush, and at the last minute you punked. mean?
A: “Punked” here means to not do something because you are afraid. Like if your friend says they’re going to ask out their crush, but at the last second they decide not to, you could say they “punked.” Honesty, it’s kind of an old way to say it, most people probably wouldn’t say “punked” like this anymore. It sounds a bit corny hahaha
Q: What does Bush mean?
A: It is a plant with leaves, usually small. Also could be seen as the last name of two recent Presidents.
Q: What does Bush it off mean?
A: Assuming you meant “Brush it off” ...

Brush it off means to let it go, or to dismiss it. This phrase is used to describe “moving on”
Q: What does Hide on Bush mean?
A: "Hide on bush" sounds wrong. "Hide in the bush" would be more correct. It means "esconder(se) en el arbusto". ("esconder no mato" in Portuguese, I think)
Q: What does There will be no high-profile Bush veteran addressing the delegates. mean?
A: In this sentence, "high-profile Bush veteran" means someone who worked in President George W. Bush's administration from 2000-2008, when he was in office. "Addressing" means speaking or talking to the delegates.

Synonyms of "Bush" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Bush and Shrub ?
A: They are considered to be synonyms of each other, meaning the same thing. A bush is any woody plant smaller than 6 meters that has no trunk.

Nowadays, I think Americans use "shrub" to mean a bush that has been shaped somehow. Shrubs are planted by people and are often decorative. However, I think "shrub" is the more common term in the UK.
Q: What is the difference between Bush and Shrub ?
A: They mean the same

Translations of "Bush"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Bush
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Other questions about "Bush"

Q: A confident Bush announced his plans for education reform.

Bush announced his plans for education reform with confidence.


Does this sound natural?
A: × A confident Bush announced his plans for education reform.
Bush confidently announced his plans for education reform.

In the sentence Bush is a specific person, so we cant say 'a Bush' because the particle a/an indicates a general person/thing/idea
Q: When Bush died,at his funeral,his grandson addressed that“he loved watching dogs flusher cubby” i didn't look the“flusher cubby” up in any dictionary. Could you pleasw explain it ~?
A: I don't know what flusher cubby is but maybe it refers a flushing dog, it's a breed of dogs
Q: Bush president finished his presidential mandate a few years ago. Does this sound natural?
A: A better way to say it would be “President Bush left office a few years ago. “
Q: How long was Bush the President? Does this sound natural?
A: How long was Bush the president?

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