Meaning of BUSH in English
[bush] n, often attrib [ME; akin to OHG busc forest] (14c) 1 a: shrub; esp: a low densely branched shrub b: a close thicket of shrubs suggesting a single plant
2: a large uncleared or sparsely settled area (as in Australia) usu. scrub-covered or forested: wilderness--usu. used with the 3 a archaic: a bunch of ivy formerly hung outside a tavern to indicate wine for sale b obs: tavern c: advertising "good wine needs no ~ --Shak."
4: a bushy tuft or mass "a ~ of hair"; esp:
5: minor league--usu. used in pl.
bush vt (15c): to support, mark, or protect with bushes ~ vi: to extend like a bush: resemble a bush bush adj (1595) 1: having a low-growing compact bushy habit--used esp. of cultivated beans "~ snap beans"
2: serving, occurring in, or used in the bush "~ planes" bush n [D bus bushing, box, fr. MD busse box, fr. LL buxis--more at box] (1566) chiefly Brit: bushing bush adj [short for bush-league] (1970): falling below acceptable standards: unprofessional "~ behavior"
Merriam-Webster English vocab. Английский словарь Merriam Webster. 2012