- Used in indicating a thing with two roles, functions, or natures, or a thing that has changed from one to another.
- He built a bus-cum-greenhouse that made a bold statement, but the plants in it didn't live very long.
- But instead of being a salesperson cum barista cum waitress merely serving the wordsmiths, I'm one of them, reading her latest baby out loud.
- (Semen) spunk (chiefly UK), spooge (US), jiz, jizz, jizzum, jism, gism, nut, junk
- See also Thesaurus:semen
- French: foutre, jute, sirop de cordum
- German: Sperma, Wichse
- Italian: sborra
- Portuguese: esperma, gozo, porra
- Russian: се́мя
- Spanish: lefa, corrida (Spain), acabada, leche, semen, mecos
- Portuguese: gozo
cum (cums, present participle cumming; past came, past participle came)Synonyms
- See also Thesaurus:ejaculate
- French: venir, juter, éjaculer, jouir, balancer la purée
- German: abspritzen, kommen (informal)
- Italian: venire, eiaculare, sborrare
- Portuguese: ejacular, gozar, esporrar
- Russian: конча́ть
- Spanish: venir, irse, venirse, eyacular,correrse,acabar,terminar
cum (not comparable)
- Clipping of cumulative#English|cumulative.