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Definition of "dumper" [dumper]

  • A small one-man diesel-powered vehicle often used to carry loads and material around, often on building sites. (noun)
  • A dropper of rubbish, particularly not in landfill sites/recycling sites. (noun)
  • One who would drop their boyfriend or girlfriend, the person in the couple who has finished the relationship. (noun)

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Use "dumper" in a sentence
  • ""Oh my God, you've been dumped," she said, confirming what I already knew: I had indeed been dumped but not by a long-term partner or spouse; the dumper was a friend, or to put it more accurately, a former friend."
  • "You are ucky to be living in this place, during this time and if you don't have any boils on your dumper, that is just icing on the cake."
  • "The 'dumper' has usually procastrinated for some time and knows exactly why they have decided that the 'dumpee' is history."