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bottom

1. verb To drink the entirety of something. The kids wasted no time bottoming their sodas and asking for more.
2. noun The absolute lowest or worst point. (Often used in the phrase "rock bottom.") The price of milk is at rock bottom right now, which is great for consumers, but bad for farmers. I knew I had hit bottom when I missed my son's birthday party because I was hung over. That's when I knew I needed to get professional help.
3. noun One's buttocks. Jimmy tripped and landed right on his bottom.
4. noun In baseball and softball, the second half of an inning. It's the bottom of the ninth, and the Angels are winning 7-6.
5. noun In sexual activity between two men, the person who is penetrated (and who is often viewed as submissive). If you're both bottoms, then what are you going to do in the bedroom?

*(rock) bottom

the lowest point or level. (*Typically: be at ~; hit ~; reach ~.) The value of the goods is at rock bottom right now. Prices have reached rock bottom. When my life hit bottom, I gradually began to feel much better.

bottom

1. n. the buttocks. My bottom is sore from sitting too long.
2. n. the second half of a baseball inning. Wilbur hit a double-bagger in the bottom of the second.
3. tv. to drink something to the bottom. He bottomed the beer and ordered another one.
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Clark University student Sara Hazouri and Bridgewater State University student Dorinda Abrafi spoke about how their Bottom Line counselors have helped them stay on track to become the first in their families to graduate from college.
While 71 per cent of Scots women hate their bum, a staggering 52 per cent refuse to even look at their bottom in the mirror and more than half wish it was smaller.
"Women used to employ any tool possible to exaggerate and enhance their bottoms, from the days of the bustle right up to the clinging dresses worn by the likes of Marilyn Monroe.
This type of bottom usually indicates that the person is negative and quite sad, so women should want their bottoms to be bigger, not smaller."
"There is little that B2B magazine publishers can do to protect their bottom line against the current onslaught from their advertisers.