bump and grind


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bump and grind

1. noun A dance characterized by aggressive and overtly sexualized hip movements, either by a single dancer or between two dance partners. It was a little disconcerting to see teenagers doing the bump and grind at the prom.
2. noun Any series or combination of rough, jarring movements, especially as in whitewater kayaking or road racing. The bump and grind through those last rapids gave me a headache!
3. verb To dance in a manner characterized by aggressive and overtly sexualized hip movements, either by a single dancer or between two dance partners. It was a little disconcerting to see teenagers bumping and grinding at the prom.
4. verb To perform any series or combination of rough, jarring movements, especially as in whitewater kayaking or road racing. We're going to have to bump and grind through this next section of the river.
See also: and, bump, grind
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Madge was performing at the NIA arena in Birmingham when Brahim Zaibat, 25, performed the bump and grind on his ageing mistress.
Pop star MC Harvey travelled to Tyneside seeking dancers to bump and grind for a new reality TV show.
Harvey, 25, a former member of pop act, So Solid Crew, is presenting new show, Bump and Grind, in which movers from across Britain compete to win a lucrative dance contract.
Bump and Grind will be shown on teen channel, Trouble, from August 2.
We wanted to get up in the morning and come to work and not the bump and grind.
The Canadian game is bump and grind and go to the net,'' Ventura defenseman Scott Bennett said.