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bumping

1. With a strong, often enjoyable, beat. This song is really bumping—let's dance!
2. Bustling or busy. Sorry I was gone so long, the deli was really bumping.
3. Very good or excellent. I had a bumping night at the concert, didn't you?
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bumping

1. mod. [of music] having a good beat. Man, this music is bumping. I can feel the beat.
2. mod. crowded and busy. This place is bumping. Let’s sit in the corner, out of the way.
3. mod. really good; cool. We had a bumping time at Tiff’s last night.
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