(of a part of the body, esp. the neck) Resembling the corresponding part of a male bovine animal in build and strength
his bull neck and broad shoulders
Push or drive powerfully or violently
he bulled the motorcycle clear of the tunnel
he was bulling his way through a mob of admirers
(of a cow) Behave in a manner characteristic of being in heat
Stupid or untrue talk or writing; nonsense
much of what he says is sheer bull
uncastrated adult male of domestic cattle
push or force; "He bulled through his demands"
a large and strong and heavyset man; "he was a bull of a man"; "a thick-skinned bruiser ready to give as good as he got"
try to raise the price of stocks through speculative buying
bullshit: obscene words for unacceptable behavior; "I put up with a lot of bullshit from that jerk"; "what he said was mostly bull"
talk through one's hat: speak insincerely or without regard for facts or truths; "The politician was not well prepared for the debate and faked it"
A bull is an intact (i.e., not castrated) adult male of the species Bos taurus (cattle). More muscular and aggressive than the female of the species, the cow, the bull has long been an important symbol in many cultures, and plays a significant role in both beef and dairy farming, and in a ...
Bullshit (also bullcrap, bullplop, bullbutter, bovine stool) is a common American English expletive which may be shortened to the euphemism bull or the initialism B.S. In British English, "bollocks" is a comparable expletive, although bullshit is now commonly used in British English as well. ...
Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliard (also Pierre Bulliard, ca. 1742 Aubepierre-en-Barrois Haute-Marne - 26 September 1793 Paris) was a French physician and botanist.
Bull is the third album by Bootsauce, released in 1992.
Bull SAS (also known as Groupe Bull or Bull Information Systems or simply Bull) is a French-owned computer company headquartered in Les Clayes-sous-Bois, in the western suburbs of Paris. ...
Bullshit is a shedding-type card game. The object is for the player to discard all the cards from their hand. This is done by placing one or more cards, ostensibly of a stated value, on the discard pile. ...
(Bulls) These are optimistic city dealers who believe prices will rise. They therefore buy securities in the hope of selling them at a higher price than they paid. A bull market is any market in which prices are in an upward trend. Related to Bear.
(Bulls) An American term usually used to refer to railroad police but may also indicate regular police officers. Also used in German as a widespread insult for the police officer, sometimes in conjunction with the German word for pig “Bullenschwein”.
(Bulls) traders that count on currency rate escalation.
(Bulls) Speculators in the stock markets who buy goods, in some cases without money to pay with, anticipating that prices will go up.
(Bulls) This term is use to refer to a person or institution who expects that a certain security or stock is going to increase in price (price appreciation).
(Bulls) are investors who believe interest rates are more likely to go down than up. If right the price of existing fixed-income securities such as bonds will go up down.
Bulls are traders, who expects the price of a financial security to rise, they buy more and more, which in turn fuels the momentum of a rising market.
The term used to describe somebody who expects a market to rise, commonly referred to as being “bullish”.
One who expects a rise in prices. The opposite of "bear." A news item is considered bullish if it portends higher prices.
An operator who expects the share price to rise and takes position in the market to sell at a later date.
Someone who thinks market prices will rise.
you're said to be 'bullish' if you are an optimistic investor and believe that markets are in a period of gains rather losses