Boss - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a person responsible for hiring workers (syn: hirer)
- a person who exercises control and makes decisions
- a leader in a political party who controls votes and dictates appointments
- a circular rounded projection or protuberance (syn: knob)
...that's a really boss stereo you've got...
The large branches covered with great bosses and knobs of gum.
I'll have to ask my boss for a day off.
Since I'm my own boss (=I work for myself, rather than for an employer), my hours are flexible.
When you first start training a dog, it's important to let him see that you're the boss.
You've got to show the kids who's boss.
Five-year-old girls love to boss people around.
He is his own boss now.
Who's the boss in your house?
The boss hired three more men for the new job.
Party bosses have a reputation for corruption.
She was the boss of a large international company.
You find the big kids trying to boss the little kids around.
the boss hired three more men for the new job
he is his own boss now
present participle: bossing
past tense: bossed
past participle: bossed