||buttocks, bum, buns
||When I was learning to skate, I fell a lot. My backside was sore!
||saving information on a computer disk
||Don't forget to make a backup disk of all your computer files.
||bad one, rotten one
||He's the bad apple in that group. He's always in trouble.
||bad feelings, a negative relationship
||John and Fred are bitter enemies. There's bad blood between them.
||unpleasant smell from the mouth, jungle mouth
||I've been eating garlic, so I may have bad breath.
||a man who beats a prostitute, the john
||Viki had another bad date. A guy beat her and took her clothes.
||troublemaker, someone who causes problems
||Don't hire him. Everybody says he's bad news.
|bad taste in my mouth
||(See a bad taste in my mouth)
||criticize, say bad things about, put down
||Don't badmouth employers. Don't criticize your references.
||confusing statements, jargon, political language
||There was a lot of bafflegab in the speech, a lot of nonsense.