bust\ up\ into

Phrase used to mean enter.

I can't wait to bust up into the club


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  • bust — bust1 [ bʌst ] noun * 1. ) count a model of the head and shoulders of a person made out of stone, wood, metal, etc.: a bust of Shakespeare 2. ) count a woman s breasts, used especially when taking their measurements: Measure the hips, waist, and… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bust — ▪ I. bust bust 1 [bʌst] adjective informal FINANCE go bust if a business goes bust, it cannot continue to operate because it does not have enough money to pay its debts: • The company eventually went bust, leaving debts of £7 million.   [m0] ▪ II …   Financial and business terms

  • bust — I UK [bʌst] / US noun Word forms bust : singular bust plural busts * 1) [countable] a model of the head and shoulders of a person made out of stone, wood, metal etc a bust of Shakespeare 2) [countable] a woman s breasts, used especially when… …   English dictionary

  • bust up phrasal — verb informal 1 (I) to argue angrily and stop being lovers, partners, or friends: They bust up after six years of marriage. 2 (transitive bust something up) to prevent something from continuing: Angry protesters bust up the meeting. 3 (transitive …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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