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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Bomb \Bomb\, v. t.
     To bombard. [Obs.] --Prior.
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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Bomb \Bomb\, v. i. [Cf. Boom.]
     To sound; to boom; to make a humming or buzzing sound. [Obs.]
     --B. Jonson.
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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Bomb \Bomb\, n. [F. bombe bombshell, fr. L. bombus a humming or
     buzzing noise, Gr. ?.]
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     1. A great noise; a hollow sound. [Obs.]
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              A pillar of iron . . . which if you had struck,
              would make . . . a great bomb in the chamber
              beneath.                              --Bacon.
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     2. (Mil.) A shell; esp. a spherical shell, like those fired
        from mortars. See Shell.
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     3. A bomb ketch.
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     Bomb chest (Mil.), a chest filled with bombs, or only with
        gunpowder, placed under ground, to cause destruction by
        its explosion.
  
     Bomb ketch, Bomb vessel (Naut.), a small ketch or vessel,
        very strongly built, on which mortars are mounted to be
        used in naval bombardments; -- called also mortar
        vessel.
  
     Bomb lance, a lance or harpoon with an explosive head, used
        in whale fishing.
  
     Volcanic bomb, a mass of lava of a spherical or pear shape.
        "I noticed volcanic bombs." --Darwin.
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Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

  bomb
       n 1: an explosive device fused to denote under specific
            conditions
       2: strong sealed vessel for measuring heat of combustion [syn:
          bomb calorimeter]
       3: an event that fails badly or is totally ineffectual; "the
          first experiment was a real turkey"; "the meeting was a
          dud as far as new business was concerned" [syn: turkey,
          dud]
       v 1: throw bombs at or attack with bombs; "The Americans bombed
            Dresden" [syn: bombard]
       2: fail to get a passing grade; "She studied hard but failed
          nevertheless"; "Did I fail the test?" [syn: fail, flunk,
           flush it] [ant: pass]

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  220 Moby Thesaurus words for "bomb":
     A-bomb, Grand Guignol, H-bomb, Passion play, Tom show, aerial bomb,
     antimasque, antipersonnel bomb, astonishment, atom-bomb,
     atomic bomb, audience success, ballet, batter, be a gas, be a hit,
     bill, blast, blitz, blockbuster, blow, blow to pieces, blow up,
     bombard, bombshell, broadcast drama, burlesque show, bust,
     cannonade, carcass, catch, charade, cliff hanger, closet drama,
     comedy drama, concussion grenade, crap out, critical success,
     daytime serial, depth bomb, depth charge, dialogue, dive-bomb,
     documentary drama, drama, dramalogue, dramatic play,
     dramatic series, dramatize, draw a blank, drop a bomb,
     drop the ball, dud, dull thud, duodrama, duologue, earthshaker,
     epic theater, experimental theater, explosive, extravaganza,
     eye-opener, fail, failure, fall flat, fan, feature, fire bomb,
     fireball, fizzle, flat failure, flop, floperoo, flummox, fold,
     fold up, frost, fusion bomb, gas grenade, gasser, get left,
     giveaway, glide-bomb, grenade, hand grenade, happening, headline,
     hit, hit show, hydrobomb, hydrogen bomb, improvisational drama,
     incendiary, incendiary bomb, incendiary grenade, infernal machine,
     joker, kicker, lay an egg, legitimate drama, lemon, lose out,
     loser, make a hit, masque, melodrama, melodramatize, mine,
     minstrel show, miracle, miracle play, monodrama, monologue,
     morality, morality play, mount, music drama, musical revue,
     mystery, mystery play, not hack it, not make it, open, open a show,
     opera, pageant, panel show, pantomime, pastoral, pastoral drama,
     peripeteia, petard, piece, pipe bomb, play, playlet,
     plutonium bomb, premiere, present, preview, problem play, produce,
     psychodrama, put on, quiz show, radio drama, razon bomb,
     revelation, review, revue, robot bomb, roc, rocket bomb,
     satchel charge, scenarize, sensational play, serial, set the stage,
     shell, shocker, show, sitcom, situation comedy, sketch, skip-bomb,
     skit, smoke bomb, soap, soap opera, sociodrama, spectacle, spring,
     stage, stage play, stage show, staggerer, star, startler,
     stench bomb, stink bomb, straight drama, strike out, succeed,
     success, surprisal, surprise, surprise ending, surprise package,
     surprise party, suspense drama, switch, tableau, tableau vivant,
     take the count, talk show, tear-gas bomb, tear-gas grenade,
     teleplay, television drama, television play, theater of cruelty,
     theatricalize, thermonuclear bomb, thunderbolt, thunderclap,
     time bomb, total loss, total theater, try out, turkey,
     variety show, vaudeville, vaudeville show, vehicle, wall grenade,
     washout, wear thin, whiff, word-of-mouth success, work  
     
Din dicționarul Jargon File (4.3.1, 29 Jun 2001) :

  bomb 1. v. General synonym crash (sense 1) except that it is not
     used as a noun; esp. used of software or OS failures. "Don't run Empire
     with less than 32K stack, it'll bomb." 2. n.,v. Atari ST and Macintosh
     equivalents of a Unix `panic' or Amiga guru meditation, in which icons
     of little black-powder bombs or mushroom clouds are displayed,
     indicating that the system has died. On the Mac, this may be accompanied
     by a decimal (or occasionally hexadecimal) number indicating what went
     guru+meditation+number.+{MS-DOS">wrong, similar to the Amiga guru meditation number. {MS-DOS
     machines tend to get locked up in this situation.
  
  

Din dicționarul The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (27 SEP 03) :

  bomb
       
          1.  General synonym crash except that it is
          not used as a noun.  Especially used of software or OS
          failures.  "Don't run Empire with less than 32K stack, it'll
          bomb".
       
          2.  Atari ST and Macintosh equivalents
          Unix+"{panic">of a Unix "{panic" or Amiga guru, in which icons of
          little black-powder bombs or mushroom clouds are displayed,
          indicating that the system has died.  On the Macintosh, this
          may be accompanied by a decimal (or occasionally
          hexadecimal) number indicating what went wrong, similar to
          the Amiga guru meditation number.  MS-DOS computers tend
          to lock up in this situation.
       
          3.  A piece of code embedded in a program that
          remains dormant until it is triggered.  Logic bombs are
          triggered by an event whereas time bombs are triggered either
          after a set amount of time has elapsed, or when a specific
          date is reached.
       
          [{Jargon File]
       
          (1996-12-08)
       
       

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