to move slightly; begin to move:
He stepped on the gas but the car didn’t budge.
to change one’s opinion or stated position; yield:
Once her father had said “no,” he wouldn’t budge.
to cause to move; begin to move:
It took three of them to budge the rock.
to cause (someone) to reconsider or change an opinion, decision, or stated position:
They couldn’t budge the lawyer.
verb (usually used with a negative)
to move, however slightly: the car won’t budge
to change or cause to change opinions, etc
a lambskin dressed for the fur to be worn on the outer side
Don(ald). 1915–2000, US tennis player, the first man to win the Grand Slam of singles championships (Australia, France, Wimbledon, and the US) in one year (1938)
good; fine. pretty. Historical Examples The Logbooks of the Lady Nelson Ida Lee
an Australian parakeet, Melopsittacus undulatus, having greenish plumage with black and yellow markings, bred as a pet in a variety of colors. noun a small green Australian parrot, Melopsittacus undulatus: a popular cagebird that is bred in many different coloured varieties Often (informal) shortened to budgie n.
an estimate, often itemized, of expected income and expense for a given period in the future. a plan of operations based on such an estimate. an itemized allotment of funds, time, etc., for a given period. the total sum of money set aside or needed for a purpose: the construction budget. a limited stock or […]
noun an account with a department store, etc, enabling a customer to make monthly payments to cover his past and future purchases a bank account for paying household bills, being credited with regular or equal monthly payments from the customer’s current account