NAmE//lʌmp//lump A and B togetherlump A (in) with BVerb Forms present simple I / you / we / they lump
he / she / it lumps
past simple lumped
-ing form lumping
to accept something unpleasant because there is no other choice I'm sorry you're not happy about it but you'll just have to lump it. That's the situation—like it or lump it!
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