LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||01/FEV/2006 3:55 PM|
to run out = acabar, não ter mais.
I searched for bummer as I only knew 'bum' = tipo mendigo
or kick in the bum ( dar chute naquele lugar)
This is what I found:
1. bummer can mean 'a person who bums; a beggar; a bum'.
2. bum is also: bum-bum.
To be a pain in the bum= ser chato pra........................!
2. bummer, can mean 'a terrifying or unpleasant experience induced by a hallucinogenic drug; bum trip', and hence 'anything that is unpleasant, difficult, dangerous.
In American English to be bummed = to be depressed
In British English to be bummed, has to do with bum-bum, meaning that your bum is on the receiving end of something.
I am glad my research was not in vain and that I can pass theses valuable bits of knowledge on.
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