da bomb

da bomb

slang Excellent, extremely entertaining, or of very high quality. This steak I ordered is da bomb! I'm not usually a fan of action films, but that one was da bomb!
See also: bomb, Da

da bomb

verb
See also: bomb, Da
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Class C CHR/Rhythmic KDDB-FM 102.7 "Da Bomb" in Waipahu, Oah'u
Cereal box toys did not only make your fridge look fantastic, but if you got a bike reflector, you could be sure that your bike would look 'da bomb', to use a 90s turn of phrase.
He called it Cracker Jack, borrowing from a contemporary idiom ("Cracker Jack" was a late-19th-century analog to today's "da bomb").
In a video for their song Drop Da Bomb, they drop a bomb on an Arab country, eerily showing a flag used by the Syrian opposition.
DA BOMB Shaz & Nicole go crazy " Anna, who has her own recruitment agency, admits: "It's a struggle and a grind and I don't want to do what I'm doing.
Thus, thousands of people, including the readers of this magazine, now know that Fridgefilters.com is da bomb.
Johnson, 23, of Asheville, North Carolina, and Irene, 17, of Farmington Hills, Michigan, told each other "you da bomb" before the result was revealed.
Rob fished a small jig head Da Bomb soft bait form Lure Fanatics and 6lb fluorocarbon leader with 8lb braid mainline, and added another of 1lb 14oz.
Among the newest private brand offerings from BJ's is a cake made by Buddy Valastro, star of the TLC reality show "Cake Boss." Called "Da Bomb," the cake features chocolate layers and caramel icing and is exclusive to BJ's, the retailer says.
She shared a photo of her family on Twitter with the caption, "Happy new year yippee sydney fireworks da bomb!!
CARDIFF: Wow Bar (029 2066 6247), Da Bomb. phone for times.
In terms of adjustability and design, it be "da bomb dot-com." Jewell makes a good 2-stage.
Randy said you're da bomb, Paula loved the sincerity in your voice, and Simon thought it was your best performance so far even though you sang that song in the early stages of the competition.
The decade also introduced 'dude, duh, da bomb and NOT!', along with irritating phrases like 'yadda, yadda, yadda, (Seinfeld), and 'you go, girl', as some post-feminist phrase of encouragement.