Boss vs. Bose

Boss vs. Bose — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Boss and Bose

Bossnoun

A swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object.

Boseverb

To strike the ground with an object in order to determine, from the resulting sounds, what lies underground.

Bossnoun

(geology) A lump-like mass of rock, especially one projecting through a stratum of different rock.

Bosenoun

Indian physicist who with Albert Einstein proposed statistical laws based on the indistinguishability of particles; led to the description of fundamental particles that later came to be known as bosons

Bossnoun

A convex protuberance in hammered work, especially the rounded projection in the centre of a shield.

Bossnoun

(mechanics) A protrusion, frequently a cylinder of material that extends beyond a hole.

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Bossnoun

(architecture) A knob or projection, usually at the intersection of ribs in a vault.

Bossnoun

(archery) the target block, made of foam but historically made of hay bales, to which a target face is attached.

Bossnoun

A wooden vessel for the mortar used in tiling or masonry, hung by a hook from the laths, or from the rounds of a ladder.

Bossnoun

A head or reservoir of water.

Bossnoun

(obsolete) A hassock or small seat, especially made from a bundle of straw.

Bossnoun

A person who oversees and directs the work of others; a supervisor.

Bad people make for bad bosses. ― Dawn Pine
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Bossnoun

A person in charge of a business or company.

Chat turned to whisper when the boss entered the conference room.My boss complains that I'm always late to work.

Bossnoun

A leader, the head of an organized group or team.

They named him boss because he had good leadership skills.

Bossnoun

The head of a political party in a given region or district.

He is the Republican boss in Kentucky.

Bossnoun

A term of address to a man.

Yes, boss.

Bossnoun

(video games) An enemy, often at the end of a level, that is particularly challenging and must be beaten in order to progress.

Bossnoun

(humorous) Wife.

There's no olive oil; will sunflower oil do? — I'll have to run that by the boss.

Bossverb

(transitive) To decorate with bosses; to emboss.

Bossverb

(transitive) To exercise authoritative control over; to tell (someone) what to do, often repeatedly.

Bossadjective

Of excellent quality, first-rate.

That is a boss Zefron poster.

Bossnoun

a person who exercises control over workers;

if you want to leave early you have to ask the foreman

Bossnoun

a person responsible for hiring workers;

the boss hired three more men for the new job

Bossnoun

a person who exercises control and makes decisions;

he is his own boss now

Bossnoun

a leader in a political party who controls votes and dictates appointments;

party bosses have a reputation for corruption

Bossnoun

a circular rounded projection or protuberance

Bossverb

raise in a relief;

embossed stationary

Bossadjective

exceptionally good;

a boss hand at carpentryhis brag cornfield