she suffered a concussion after bumping her head
I have a nasty bump on my forehead.
The plane landed with a bump.
As recent news has shown, mischaracterizing the fist bump can cause you some grief.
I just bumped into Mycroft downstairs
Sasha had a huge bump on his head.
Does bump mapping generate more graphics load than parallax?
I bump into her.
We tried again to bump off the politician, but couldn't do it.
She bumped his shoulder
Well, I must've bumped my head cause I don't dance the same no more
Aunt Marge bumped her large jaw against Aunt Petunia’s bony cheekbone
As she got up, she bumped her knee on her desk.
I bumped into her at the market on Sunday.
The boy has a huge bump on his head. No wonder he cried so much!
English word "guz"(bump) occurs in sets:Zdrowie - Lekcja 1 dla średniozaawansowanychNazwy chorób i dolegliwości angielskiMinor illnesses and conditionsIntelligent Business UI Unit 2Intellignet Business UI Unit 8
A brain tumour develops in fewer than one in 50,000 people.
Some studies link mobile phone usage to brain tumours.
One in four of all articles thrown up by an internet search for 'headache' suggested a brain tumour as a possible cause.
After two operations the tumour had returned, and it was growing rapidly inside him
Definition a tumour is a mass of diseased cells that grows inside someone’s body, and that can be very dangerous for their health. Some tumours turn into cancers
The brain tumours develop in fewer than one in 50 000 people.
A brain tumour develops in fewer than one in 50
A brain tumour develops in fewer than one in 50000 people
English word "guz"(tumour) occurs in sets:English File: upper-intermediate 2E Dla Średnio Zaawansowanych 2 B1-B2Angielski uzupełnienie innychangielski-unit 22notes kolejnee