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bust in Clothes & fashion topic

bustbust2 ●○○ noun [countable]  1 AVSa model of someone’s head, shoulders, and upper chest, usually made of stone or metalbust of a bust of Beethoven2 HBHDCa woman’s breasts, or the part of her clothes that covers her breasts3 DCa measurement around a woman’s breast and back a 36-inch bust4 informalLOOK FOR a situation in which the police go into a place in order to catch people doing something illegal a drug bust boom to bust at boom1(1)
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bustHopefully, some of the more level-headed members of the council can prevail and make the Boom Town fiasco a bust.There was a bust of Miguel de Unamuno at the bottom of the staircase, and it seemed to have been defaced.High-tech stocks have always been highly volatile, partly because of their past booms and busts.On the tables are busts of Lincoln.a drug busta 30-inch bustdrug bustAll the charges stem from Conoline's refusal to cooperate with an investigation into a botched Dec. 7 drug bust.She tells me that Jamie has been caught in a drugs bust at the Cross Keys pub.Nobody had ever survived a drugs bust in Hollywood.Naturally, the drug bust was a bust, as dealers heard about it on the radio and disappeared.