bulge, bump, hump, swelling, gibbosity, gibbousness, jut, prominence, protuberance, protrusion, extrusion, excrescence(verb)
something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from its surroundings
"the gun in his pocket made an obvious bulge"; "the hump of a camel"; "he stood on the rocky prominence"; "the occipital protuberance was well developed"; "the bony excrescence between its horns"
bulge, pouch, protrude(verb)
swell or protrude outwards
"His stomach bulged after the huge meal"
bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge
start, protrude, pop, pop out, bulge, bulge out, bug out, come out(verb)
"His eyes popped"
cause to bulge or swell outwards
Something sticking out from a surface.
To stick out from (a surface).
Origin: From Latin bulga "leather bag". Cognates includes bilge, belly, bellows, budget, French bouge, German Balg, etc.
the bilge or protuberant part of a cask
a swelling, protuberant part; a bending outward, esp. when caused by pressure; as, a bulge in a wall
the bilge of a vessel. See Bilge, 2
to swell or jut out; to bend outward, as a wall when it yields to pressure; to be protuberant; as, the wall bulges
to bilge, as a ship; to founder
In astronomy, a bulge is a tightly packed group of stars within a larger formation. The term almost exclusively refers to the central group of stars found in most spiral galaxies. Bulges were historically thought to be elliptical galaxies that happen to have a disk of stars around them, but high resolution images using the Hubble Space Telescope have revealed that many bulges have properties that are more like spiral galaxies. It is now thought that there are at least two types of bulges, bulges that are like ellipticals and bulges that are like spiral galaxies.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bulj, n. the widest part of a cask, a round protuberance, swelling.—v.i. to swell out.—ns. Bul′ger, a wooden golf-club with a convex face; Bul′giness.—adj. Bul′gy—To get the bulge on one (slang), to get a decided advantage over a person. [O. Fr. boulge, prob. L. bulga, a leather knapsack; a Gallic word.]
The numerical value of Bulge in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of Bulge in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We provide a bulge bracket experience for the employee, but with a boutique mentality.
The boutiques are building scale and winning talent from the bulge-bracket, and they're not constrained in what they can execute.
It's been the realm of the big bulge brackets and they've made so much money that they've crowded everybody else out of the market.
Given the big youth bulge, moves to restrict, censor or overtly monitor social media users in Cambodia are likely to be received by the public as a step backwards, that understanding (is) reflected in the government's announcement that the cyber-crimes law has been shelved.
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Translations for Bulge
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- изпъквам, издувам се, издатина, изпъкналостBulgarian
- boule, výstupek, výčnělekCzech
- Delle, Wölbung, hervorstechen, Ausbuchtung, Beule, hervortretenGerman
- bulto, abultar, abultamiento, protuberanciaSpanish
- pullistuma, kohouma, pullistua, pullistella, pullottaaFinnish
- bosse, déformer, protubérance, bombement, bomberFrench
- dudor, kitüremkedés, kitüremkedik, kidudorodikHungarian
- protuberanza, rigonfiamento, sporgenza, sporgereItalian
- 出っ張り, 膨れる, 突き出るJapanese
- 부루퉁이, 뾰루지, 불거지다, 혹, 부르다, Korean
- protuberantia, prominereLatin
- bojo, protuberância, saliênciaPortuguese
- выступ, выпирать, выдаваться, выпячиваться, оттопыриваться, выпуклостьRussian
- gufim, gufohemAlbanian
- knöl, utbuktning, bulaSwedish
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