- Used to indicate the sound of a blow or a collision.
- Used to indicate a sudden or unexpected occurrence.
Origin of bamImitative.
- Bachelor of Applied Mathematics
- Bachelor of Arts in Music
- Representing a loud noise or heavy impact.
- The wind knocked the tree over last night. Bam! It nearly scared me to death.
- Representing a sudden or abrupt occurrence.
- She said she dumped him. Now — bam! — they're back together.
(third-person singular simple present bams, present participle bamming, simple past and past participle bammed)
- (slang, archaic) To jeer or make fun of.
- Bare Arse Minimum
bam - Computer Definition
(Business Activity Monitoring) Software that monitors business processes and alerts managers about pending and actual problems. BAM can be implemented with independent products or be part of application integration and business process management (BPM) suites. See BPM.