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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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Thanks to bomb builders and armament Airmen, old, dumb bombs are getting smart.
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Because none of the teachers will do anything about it, I'm going to bomb them
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would certainly not agree that Russia and other central Asian nations had the right to bomb Germany into granting Turks and other guest workers citizenship.
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That was before the United States and England began to bomb civilian populations in Hamburg, Frankfurt, Dresden, and then in Tokyo, Hiroshima, Nagasaki.
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O'Meara points directly at a notorious leader of the Ku Klux Klan and White Aryan Resistance, Dennis Mahon, who, she says, was "long suspected of being a player in the conspiracy to bomb the Murrah building.
Thursday night, for instance, residents of the Serbian city of Novi Sad gathered again on their one remaining bridge across the Danube River, thus putting their lives at risk if NATO was to bomb it.