bummer

(redirected from Bummers)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.

bummer

[′bəm·ər]
(forestry)
A low truck with two wheels for carrying logs, or a tracked cart for dragging them.
(mining engineering)
The person who runs conveyors in a quarry or mine.
References in periodicals archive ?
The bummer ewe didn't have a lamb this spring, but the other four ewes each had a single lamb.
Often, a ewe can't sustain triplets, and the smallest ends up being a bummer.
I had one bummer, named Phoebe, who was a triplet, but she rejected her mother, not the other way around," Lund said.