bump en Ucraniano
v. ударяти, налітати, ударитися
So that is how I came to be bumping along in an uncomfortable cart, wrapped up in a wool rug.
“It is not my fault,” said Five, in a gruff tone. “It was Seven who bumped my elbow.”
They finally reached Finland, and bumped into the Finland woman’s chimney – whose house was underground.
The child obeyed, and stood in front of his grandfather, taking care not to bump his ailing foot.
I almost bumped into Sandra Bullock!
A German captain was standing in front of him. They had almost bumped into each other.
It all began when I bumped into John on the High Street.
Vidal, the man's younger son, sprawled out in the patio beside Manuel, and having inquired into the cause of the bumps that stood out on his cousin's forehead, asked:
"I love you," she whispered, and let her slim head bump awkwardly against his shoulder.
"Oh, Kathi tells me you're planning to bump yourself off," he said.
1. lump: swelling, protuberance, nub, knob, bulge, speed bump
2. jarring impact: collision, bounce, jounce, jolt, jar, knock
3. sound: thud, bang, clap, crack, crash, thump, slap
4. run into: jar, jolt, collide with, shove, punch, prod