Bucket

Bucket is slang for to move quickly.
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bucket

[n] - the quantity contained in a bucket 2. [n] - a roughly cylindrical that is vessel open at the top 3. [v] - put into a bucket 4. [v] - carry in a bucket
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Bucket

The part of a loading shovel that is used to pick up aggregate and load it in vehicles or feed bins.
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Bucket

Buck'et noun [ Middle English boket ; confer Anglo-Saxon buc pitcher, or Corn. buket tub.] 1. A vessel for drawing up water from a well, or for catching, holding, or carrying water, sap, or other liquids. « The old oaken bucket , the iron-bound bucket
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Bucket

Buck'et transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bucketed ; present participle & verbal noun Bucketing .] 1. To draw or lift in, or as if in, buckets; as, to bucket water. 2. To pour over from a bucket; to dr
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bucket

pail noun a roughly cylindrical vessel that is open at the top
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bucket

bucketful noun the quantity contained in a bucket
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bucket

verb carry in a bucket
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Bucket

• (n.) A vessel for drawing up water from a well, or for catching, holding, or carrying water, sap, or other liquids. • (n.) A vessel (as a tub or scoop) for hoisting and conveying coal, ore, grain, etc. • (n.) The valved piston of a lifting pump. • (n.) One of the receptacles on the rim of a water wheel into which the water rus
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Bucket

Stable phase space area where beam may be captured and accelerated.
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Bucket

[disambiguation] Bucket is a cylindrical or conical container for transporting liquid or granular material. It may also refer to: ==Physical containers== ==Other physical objects== ==Non-material entities in science== ==Personal names== ==Other uses== ...
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Bucket

Bucket is slang for to move quickly.
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Bucket

A basket or platform that supports one or more linemen attached to a boom of a truck.
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Bucket

[unit] A bucket (bkt.) was an imperial unit of liquid volume, equivalent to four gallons or 18.18436 litres. It is thus equivalent in size to the dry unit kenning. The unit was one of the less-common ones and has been outlawed for use in trade for a long time. See also: Conversion of units, U.S. customary units, bucket ...
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Bucket

[computing] In computing, the term bucket can have several meanings. It is used both as a live metaphor, and as a generally accepted technical term in some specialised areas. A bucket is most commonly a type of data buffer or a type of document in which data is divided into regions. ==Features of a bucket== Various usages relate to differen
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Bucket

A bucket (or pail) is typically a watertight, vertical cylinder or truncated cone, with an open top and a flat bottom, usually attached to a semicircular carrying handle called the bail. ==Types and uses== There are many types of buckets; ==Shipping containers== As a shipping container, the word "pail" is a technical term for a bucket shaped pac..
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bucket

a unit of volume, generally informal. In the U.S., many commodities (both wet and dry) are sold in plastic buckets holding 5 U.S. liquid gallons (about 18.927 liters). In Britain, a bucket is often understood to be 4 gallons, or 18.182 liters based on the British Imperial gallon.
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Bucket

Stable phase space area where beam may be captured and accelerated.
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Bucket

Four-pin diamond on sides or center of lane (2-4-5-8, 3-5-6-9, or 1-2-3-5). (dinner bucket)
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Bucket

[machine part] A bucket (also called a scoop to qualify shallower designs of tools) is a specialized container attached to a machine, as compared to a bucket adapted to the form of a human being. It is a bulk material handling component. The bucket has an inner volume as compared to other types of machine attachments like blades or shovels.
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Bucket

[song] "Bucket" is a song by Canadian singer/songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen, released in April 2009 as the third single from her debut studio album, Tug of War . The song peaked at number 32 on the Canadian Hot 100 ==Music video== A music video for the song "Bucket" was uploaded to Carly Rae Jepsen`s VEVO channel on 5 July 2011 at a total leng
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Bucket

The planetary arrangement formed by nine planets occupying approximately one-half of a horoscope wit
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Bucket

A diamond-shaped, four-pin cluster, e.g., the 2-4-5-8 or 1-2-3-5. Some claim it to be the 2-4-5-8 fo
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