|(Slang) stupid, foolish, dumb; buttocks, backside, bum||prat|
|a push, abut, bang, bump; interrupt, disturb; push with the head or horns (like a goat or calf), butt joint, buttocks, cask, cigarette end, goal, hinge, mound behind target, object of ridicule or contempt, ram somebody or something, stick out, stump, s...||butt|
|able to, be able; be capable; be entitled, be acceptable, be allowed to, be likely, be possible, buttocks, can buoy, contents of can, dismiss from job, food container, metal container, preserve in jars, preserve in cans (of food), pressurized container...||can|
|accumulation of fat on buttocks, accumulation of fat on the buttocks||steatopygia|
|act of resting on the legs and buttocks; act of being settled in a seat; seat; portrait session; incubation (of birds); eggs which are incubated by a bird; period during which a legislative body is in session, in office, incubation of eggs, period of b...||sitting|
|animal resembling horse with long ears, donkey; stupid person; buttocks (Vulgar Slang), offensive term||ass|
|animal rump, backside, one of two sections that make up the buttocks (Anatomy), part of bottom||buttock|
|any of a number of muscles in the buttocks (Anatomy), buttock muscle||gluteus|
|ass, buttocks (British Slang); someone who is stupid or repulsive (Offensive, British Slang)||arse|
|at the back of, buttocks, rear end, seat, causing something, following, in debt, in the past, late, tardy, prep. behind, in back of -, remaining, supporting somebody, underneath||behind|
|back of gun barrel, buttocks, part of pulley, short pants; pants; rear part of gun behind the barrel||breech|
|back, back end; hindmost unit of an army (or fleet, etc.), back of something, buttocks, grow a plant, part of army farthest from front, raise young animals or children, bring up; erect, construct; raise, lift, elevate; rise onto the hind legs, rear end...||rear|
|base, center of power, fit seat on something, furniture designed for sitting upon (such as a chair or bench); horizontal part of a chair used for sitting; place to sit; place, location; center of an organization; house, home; buttocks, backside, instal...||seat|
|base, foot; buttocks; seat of a chair, end of list, establish nature of, establish; construct; base, provide a foundation, farthest point, hit sea floor, land under water, least successful, lower, lowest, lowest part, lowest rank, overload transistor, ...||bottom|
|beat the buttocks or soles of the feet with a stick; beat with a stick, blows to the buttocks or soles of the feet (given as a punishment); stick, club; blow, beating||bastinade|
|beat with stick, blow, beating (on the buttocks or soles of the feet); stick, rod, cudgel, club, punishment by beating feet, subject to a blow or beating (esp. on the buttocks or soles of the feet), thrashing||bastinado|
|beating on buttocks, brisk, exceptional, extremely, especially (Slang), quick, lively, brisk; excellent, fine, extraordinary (Slang), slap on the buttocks given in punishment, very||spanking|
|beg, beggar, idler; buttocks (British slang), devotee, good-for-nothing, hobo, loiter, hang around; mope about, useless, worthless, inferior||bum|
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