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bob

  
[1]  
      vb   , bobs, bobbing, bobbed  
1    to move or cause to move up and down repeatedly, as while floating in water  
2    to move or cause to move with a short abrupt movement, as of the head  
3    to make (a bow or curtsy)  
the little girl bobbed before the visitor     
4    intr; usually foll by: up   to appear or emerge suddenly  
5    intr; foll by: under, below, etc   to disappear suddenly, as beneath a surface  
6    intr; usually foll by: for   to attempt to get hold (of a floating or hanging object, esp. an apple) in the teeth as a game  
      n  
7    a short abrupt movement, as of the head  
8    a quick curtsy or bow  
9      (Change-ringing)   a particular set of changes  
10      (Angling)  
a       short for       bobfloat  
b    the topmost fly on a cast of three, often fished bobbing at the surface  
c    this position on a wet-fly cast  
     (C14: of uncertain origin)  
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bob   [2]  
      n  
1    a hairstyle for women and children in which the hair is cut short evenly all round the head  
2    a dangling or hanging object, such as the weight on a pendulum or on a plumb line  
3    a polishing disc on a rotating spindle. It is usually made of felt, leather, etc., impregnated with an abrasive material  
4       short for       bob skate       bobsleigh  
5    a runner or pair of runners on a bobsled  
6      (Angling)   a small knot of worms, maggots, etc., used as bait  
7    a very short line of verse at the end of a stanza or preceding a rhyming quatrain (the wheel) at the end of a stanza  
8    a refrain or burden with such a short line or lines  
9    a docked tail, esp. of a horse  
10      (Brit)  
dialect   a hanging cluster, as of flowers or ribbons  
      vb   , bobs, bobbing, bobbed  
11    tr   to cut (the hair) in a bob  
12    tr   to cut short (something, esp. the tail of an animal); dock or crop  
13    intr   to ride on a bobsled  
     (C14 bobbe bunch of flowers, perhaps of Celtic origin)  

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bob   [3]  
      vb   , bobs, bobbing, bobbed  
1    to tap or cause to tap or knock lightly (against)  
      n  
2    a light knock; tap  
     (C13 bobben to rap, beat; see bop2)  

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bob   [4]  
      n   pl   , bob     (Brit)      (formerly) an informal word for a       shilling  
     (C19: of unknown origin)  

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Bob  
      n  
Bob's your uncle  
Slang   everything is or will turn out all right  
     (C19: perhaps from pet form of Robert)  


bob   [1]  
      vb   , bobs, bobbing, bobbed  
1    to move or cause to move up and down repeatedly, as while floating in water  
2    to move or cause to move with a short abrupt movement, as of the head  
3    to make (a bow or curtsy)  
the little girl bobbed before the visitor     
4    intr; usually foll by: up   to appear or emerge suddenly  
5    intr; foll by: under, below, etc   to disappear suddenly, as beneath a surface  
6    intr; usually foll by: for   to attempt to get hold (of a floating or hanging object, esp. an apple) in the teeth as a game  
      n  
7    a short abrupt movement, as of the head  
8    a quick curtsy or bow  
9      (Change-ringing)   a particular set of changes  
10      (Angling)  
a       short for       bobfloat  
b    the topmost fly on a cast of three, often fished bobbing at the surface  
c    this position on a wet-fly cast  
     (C14: of uncertain origin)  
bob   [2]  
      n  
1    a hairstyle for women and children in which the hair is cut short evenly all round the head  
2    a dangling or hanging object, such as the weight on a pendulum or on a plumb line  
3    a polishing disc on a rotating spindle. It is usually made of felt, leather, etc., impregnated with an abrasive material  
4       short for       bob skate       bobsleigh  
5    a runner or pair of runners on a bobsled  
6      (Angling)   a small knot of worms, maggots, etc., used as bait  
7    a very short line of verse at the end of a stanza or preceding a rhyming quatrain (the wheel) at the end of a stanza  
8    a refrain or burden with such a short line or lines  
9    a docked tail, esp. of a horse  
10      (Brit)  
dialect   a hanging cluster, as of flowers or ribbons  
      vb   , bobs, bobbing, bobbed  
11    tr   to cut (the hair) in a bob  
12    tr   to cut short (something, esp. the tail of an animal); dock or crop  
13    intr   to ride on a bobsled  
     (C14 bobbe bunch of flowers, perhaps of Celtic origin)  
bob   [3]  
      vb   , bobs, bobbing, bobbed  
1    to tap or cause to tap or knock lightly (against)  
      n  
2    a light knock; tap  
     (C13 bobben to rap, beat; see bop2)  
bob   [4]  
      n   pl   , bob     (Brit)      (formerly) an informal word for a       shilling  
     (C19: of unknown origin)  
bob skate  
      n     (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   an ice skate with two parallel blades  
     (C20: from bob(sled) + skate1)  
cockeye bob   , cockeyed bob  
      n     (Austral)  
slang   a sudden storm or cyclone  
emu-bob     (Austral)  
informal  
      vb   , -bobs, -bobbing, -bobbed  
1    intr   to bend over to collect litter or small pieces of wood  
      n  
2      (Also called)    emu parade   a parade of soldiers or schoolchildren for litter collection  
  emu-bobbing      n  
plumb bob  
      n   the weight, usually of lead, at the end of a plumb line; plummet  

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bob

  
  
bounce, duck, hop, jerk, leap, nod, oscillate, quiver, skip, waggle, weave, wobble  


bob up     
appear, arise, emerge, materialize, pop up, rise, spring up, surface, turn up  

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