Bump

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Bump or Bumps may refer to:

Infrastructure and industry[edit]

  • Bump (road), where two routes both turn in opposite directions at an intersection
  • Speed bump, a raised portion of road designed to slow traffic
  • Coal mine bump, a seismic jolt occurring within a mine
  • Bump (union), in a unionised work environment, a reassignment of jobs on the basis of seniority
  • Bumper (broadcasting), in broadcasting, a brief announcement
  • Bumper music or bump, in radio broadcasting a short clip of signature or theme music used for transitions between program elements
  • Bump, airline travel slang for the removal of passengers from an overbooked flight

Math and science[edit]

Culture[edit]

Greetings[edit]

  • Elbow bump, an informal greeting where two people touch, or tap, elbows
  • Fist bump, an informal greeting

Sports and physical recreation[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

  • Bump the Show (BUMP+), a webseries that follows the stories of three women facing unintended pregnancies
  • Bump (dance), a dance from the 1970s disco era
  • BUMP (comics), 2007-8 limited edition comic book series

Characters[edit]

Gaming[edit]

Music[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Bump (TV series), a 1990 British children's animated programme featuring an elephant
  • Bump!, a Canadian gay and lesbian travel and lifestyle television series

People[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Bumps River, in Centerville, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, US
  • The Bump, a knoll on South Georgia Island, south Atlantic Ocean
  • Bump (application), a popular app for the iPhone and Android smartphones which allowed users to easily share information
  • Bump (Internet), a term for moving a thread to the top for no reason
  • Bump fire, in weapon shooting
  • Bump gate, drive-through gate used in rural areas
  • Bump start, method for starting a motor vehicle
  • Bump steer, tendency of a wheel to steer as it moves upwards into jounce
  • Reminiscence bump, in memory
  • Thermal bump, in electronics packaging, a thermoelectric device made from thin-film thermoelectric material embedded in flip chip interconnects

See also[edit]