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bomb

1. adjective slang Excellent; extremely entertaining; of very high quality. (Sometimes used as "the bomb.") That steak I had at dinner was bomb! I'm not usually a fan of action films, but that one was the bomb!
2. verb To fail spectacularly or to a great degree. Despite all the media hype, the major summer blockbuster bombed on its opening weekend.

bomb

1. n. a bad performance or an inherently bad show. They tried as hard as they could, but the thing was a bomb from Act One on.
2. in. to fail. My first try bombed, but things got better.
3. Go to bomb(shell).

bomb

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bomb

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VALENCIA - Bomb squad detectives, suspecting pranksters, continued on Monday to piece together clues about two bottle bombs that exploded outside a restaurant and a bookstore Sunday.
NOVEMBER 1974: IRA bombs in two Birmingham pubs, 21 killed.