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ump

1. noun An informal shortening of "umpire." The ump said he was out, but the player was clearly safe before the catcher tagged him! Come on, ump, that guy was out! Open your eyes!
2. verb To serve as an umpire. I started umping on the weekends for the local little league. Boy, the guy who umped at last night's game must have been blind!

ump

(əmp)
n. an umpire. The ump was gonna get killed if he didn’t open his eyes.
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Sunday's exit polls indicated that the Socialist-led opposition and its allies had won 53.7 per cent of ballots cast nationally, while the UMP and its allies had taken 35.2 per cent of the vote, and the far right National Front 10 per cent.
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"To those who voted National Front, we understand your frustrations," UMP chairman Sarkozy told supporters at party headquarters.
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The ump called time, and the catcher trotted out to the mound.
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