Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bust"

The meaning of "Bust" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does bust a mission mean?
A: To do something or perform a task. It can refer to illegal activities sometimes, but usually refers to normal tasks. However, it isn’t used much in everyday conversation from what I’ve noticed living in the US for my entire life.
Q: What does bust out mean?
A: @onegogh1976 Yes that sounds natural! Especially for that situation because "bust out" has a more dramatic effect.
Q: What does bust (as noun) mean?
A: Oh my well then. Hm. Well it can mean like, a woman’s chest. ._.
Q: What does He is a bust. mean?
A: When something is "a bust" it's an expression referring to busting out while gambling. It means it was a failure or a waste of effort.
Q: What does to bust mean?
A: As a noun, bust could be a the size of a woman's breasts or A sculpture if a head, shoulders and chest.
As a verb it means to break open.

Example sentences using "Bust"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bust out.
A: 1. I had to bust out the paint for my art project
2. The two criminals busted out of jail
Q: Please show me example sentences with bust.
A: -Bust a move (refers to having a great dance move)
-Bust someone's ass (refers to getting hurt really bad)
-I tripped and almost busted my ass
-busted (refers to getting caught doing something)
-Let's bust out (escaping)
-this place is busted (the place looks bad)
-you look busted (used after someone had a rough night)
Q: Please show me example sentences with bust.
A: "The project was a bust." The project was a failure.

"My mom busted me drinking." My mom caught me drinking.

"I'm going to bust butt to get out of work early." I'm going to work hard to get out of work early.

Q: Please show me example sentences with bust out.
A: They all bust out laughing
Q: Please show me example sentences with bust digits.
A: Hi, not sure what bust digits means... is it American slang for getting someones number? or bra size? :S

Synonyms of "Bust" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bust and break ?
A: so when something burst, it mostly contains something, and bust means the same thing as break but you can't always use them interchangeably because it sounds weird. You cant tell someone they bust your pencil. But as I said, bust is more used as slang for many things so it's kind of hard to explain.

1. I bust my lip. (slang) You cant use broke because you cant break a lip.
2. He broke out of prison. You could also use bust here as slang (He bust out of prison)
(Bust is also used for getting caught for something. If you were doing something you weren't supposed to, someone could say that you were busted (you were caught).

Sorry if I'm not explaining it well, do you need more examples?
Q: What is the difference between bust and break and all the clocks in your house are busted. I can say broken here too. Right?) ?
A: Break is most general
Burst mean broken open from usually from pressure or fullness from the inside
Busted is more casual and also means more like smashed.
Q: What is the difference between i'm busted and i'm detained ?
A: If you are busted, u are done, if you are detailed, you still get a chance of reprisals. Good luck .
Q: What is the difference between bust and chest ?
A: Bust refers more to a women's chest. While chest refers to a mans.
Q: What is the difference between bust and chest ?
A: Bust means chest, but typically refers to a woman's breasts.

Translations of "Bust"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It was a bust ってどういう意味??
A: “駄目だった”という意味だと思います。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? total bust
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bust . what mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Bust"

Q: What does "bust" mean here?
A: 'Failure.'
Q: What does - bust your chops - mean?
A: He is saying "Did Noah bust your chops?" but he is leaving off the word "Did".

"bust your chops" usually means "pretend to criticize you". It can also mean "make fun of you" or "criticize you" or "scold you" or "reprimand you"
Q: ☘️Bust
①I had to bust my ass to get to the level I’m at right now ! Back in the day I used to get input as much as I could.
②I knocked over my mug, spilled the water over my laptop and accidentally busted it.
It costed a lot to get it fixed.

For ② any difference between the verb “break” in terms of nuance or sounding?? Does this sound natural?
A: × ②I knocked over my mug, spilled the water over my laptop and accidentally busted it.
✓ ②I knocked over my mug, spilled some water over my laptop and accidentally broke it.

Only ② has an issue in terms of how natural it sounds. You usually say that you broke your computer not busted it. Also, be careful with the articles, instead of saying “the water” you should just say water.
Q: How can you correct 'bust out of'?

Is 'get out of' okay to correct the sentence? They are leaving home for an adventure.
A:
ohh, i see. "bust" is perfectly fine. there's nothing wrong with grammar if you use "bust".
so yes, "will" would be the corrected way
Q: I need to bust my gut to improve my english, so I can speak english fluently.
Is this a common phrase, bust a gut? How often do you say? It sounds a little bit scary? Does this sound natural?
A: @entendre: 고마워요 ^^ 그렇게 할게요~

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