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bumsen  

bum•sen  
1       vi   impers  
inf  
(=dröhnen)  

..., dass es bumste      ... with a bang  
er schlug gegen die Tür, dass es bumste      he hammered or thumped on the door  
es bumste, als ...      there was a thump or thud when ...  
es hat gebumst      [+von Fahrzeugen]   there's been a smash-up   (esp Brit)   inf  or crash  
2       vi  
a    (=schlagen)   to thump, to hammer,   (Ftbl, sl)   to kick
b    aux sein   (=prallen, stoßen)   to bump, to bang, to clout inf     
(=fallen)  
to fall with a bang or bump  
mit dem Kopf gegen etw bumsen      to bump or bang or clout inf   one's head on sth  
c    inf   (=koitieren)   to have it off   (Brit)   inf   hum inf  , to have sex or nookie
3       vt  
inf   jdn bumsen      to lay sb sl  , to have it off with sb   (Brit)   inf   hum inf  , to have sex or a bit of nookie with sb  
gebumst werden      to get laid sl     
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Busen, Bums, bussen, bimsen

jdn bumsen exp.
to lay sb ; to have it off with sb ; to have sex {or} a bit of nookie with sb

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
to bump {or} bang {or} clout one's head on sth
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'bumsen' also found in translations in English-German dictionary
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bumsen
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bumsen
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bumsen
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vögeln ; bumsen
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mit jdm bumsen
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er will nur bumsen
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(ein bisschen) bumsen
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ihm war nach ein bisschen - na ja, du weißt schon ; er wollte ein bisschen bumsen

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