Characterized by rising prices.
(1883-1933) Norwegian lyric poet. He often celebrated his birthplace Christiania (now Oslo) in his poetry. He was the son of humorist and fiction writer Jacob Breda Bull (1853–1930).
(imaginary figure) Imaginary figure personifying England; see John Bull.(composer) (c. 1562-1628) English composer, organist, and virginalist. Most of his output is for keyboard, and includes ‘God Save the King’. He also wrote sacred vocal music.
1. Uncastrated adult male of domestic cattle.
2. Mature male of various mammals of which the female is called 'cow'; e.g. whales or elephants or especially cattle.
1. A serious and ludicrous blunder.
2. A statement of policy issued from the Vatican; a papal bull.
(religion) or papal bull; Document or edict issued by the pope; so called from the circular seals (medieval Latin bulla) attached to them. Some of the most celebrated bulls include Leo X’s condemnation of Luther 1520 and Pius IX’s proclamation of papal infallibility 1870.
Speculator who buys stocks or shares on the stock exchange expecting a rise in the price in order to sell them later at a profit, the opposite of a bear. In a bull market, prices rise and bulls profit.
An investor with an optimistic market outlook.
POLICE OFFICER, DETECTIVE.
(Informal) Uncomplimentary term for a policeman; SYN. cop, copper, fuzz, pig.
A very large and strong man; SYN. strapper.
Sinonimi: bull through
1. To advance in price, as of stocks.
2. To push or force; SYN. bull through.
3. To try to raise the price of stocks through speculative buying.
Commerce, speculator in shares who desires a rise in price; papal edict.