bust (someone) one

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bust (someone) one

slang To punch someone. That bully will never bother you again if you just bust him one in the face!
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bust someone one

Sl. to punch someone; to give someone a punch, probably in the face. (Bust is a nonstandard form of burst meaning 'hit' here.) You better shut up, or I'll bust you one! You want me to bust you one? I will if you do that again.
See also: bust, one

bust someone one

tv. to punch someone; to give someone a punch, probably in the face. You better shut up, or I’ll bust you one!
See also: bust, one, someone
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Lunatic Fringer Alex "Not Williams" Willms has been jumped into the Sk8mafia gang, no small thanks to busting one of the biggest 50-50s seen in quite awhile (pgs 66-67).
The tax department is on the brink of busting one of the biggest VAT dodging network on the island dealing with intra-community trade, Tax Commissioner Yiannis Tsangaris told the House watchdog committee on Thursday.
In Padre Burgos town in Quezon province, some 160 kilometers from Metro Manila, this dream vacation can be had without busting one's pockets.
Christmas needn't put a strain on your heart, with a little careful planning, you can make a big difference to your wallet and your health - make this Christmas a stress-free, budget busting one which you won't still be paying for in the New Year.
Revenue is now busting one plant a month - in the five previous years officers uncovered just nine plants.
And it can begin by busting one myth: young Lennon was not a working class hero.
After busting one in a car crash last month and hobbling around on crutches, the TV presenter, 31, did the other in a subsequent mishap.
After busting one dope farm on Hoyle Avenue, in Newcastle's West End, officers started carrying out door-todoor enquiries, only to find an even bigger one directly opposite.