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bump

1. any of the natural protuberances of the human skull, said by phrenologists to indicate underlying faculties and character
2. a rising current of air that gives an aircraft a severe upward jolt
3. Rowing the act of bumping
4. Cricket bump ball a ball that bounces into the air after being hit directly into the ground by the batsman
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bump

Increment. E.g. C's ++ operator. It is used especially of counter variables, pointers and index dummies in "for", "while", and "do-while" loops.
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solder ball

In BGA chip packages, it is the tiny globe of solder that provides the contact between the chip package and the printed circuit board. Also called a "solder bump." See BGA.
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Good guy Eddie was unmasked to viewers as the serial killer who has been merrily bumping off females who spurn him.
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In Exeter in the county of Devon in the year of our Lord 1195, someone has taken on the Lord's work by bumping off the city's sinners.