1. Having a low-growing compact bushy habit — used especially of cultivated beans
2. Serving, occurring in, or used in the bush
3. Falling below acceptable standards; unproffesional
Vice President under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (1924- ). 41st president of the US 1989–93. A Republican, he was director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) 1976–81 and US vice president 1981–89. In 1989, as president, he visited Eastern European countries undergoing reform, held a summit meeting at Malta with Soviet president Gorbachev, and sent US troops to Panama to oust that country's drug-trafficking president, Manuel Noriega. Bush led the UN coalition and sent US forces to Saudi Arabia to prepare for a military strike after Iraq annexed Kuwait 1990. In Jan 1991, he led the coalition war against Iraq that forced Saddam Hussein to remove his troops from Kuwait. He was instrumental in convincing Israel and several of its traditional Arab enemies to convene for a historic face-to-face meeting in Spain in Nov 1991. Domestic economic problems in 1991–92 were followed by his defeat in the 1992 presidential elections by Democrat Bill Clinton.
Born in Milton, Massachusetts, Bush grew up in Connecticut, where his father, Prescott Bush, was a US senator. He graduated from Yale University 1948 and moved to Texas to build up an oil-drilling company. A congressman 1967–70, he was appointed US ambassador to the United Nations 1971–73 and Republican national chairman 1973–74 by President Nixon. During the Ford administration, Bush was a special envoy to China 1974–75. As vice president during Ronald Reagan's administration he traveled widely and was responsible for overseeing government reform and programs to combat drug smuggling.
Američki državnik, 41. predsednik SAD-a.
A large wilderness area.
Deo krošnje drveta.
To provide with a bushing.