Bucket (disambiguation)

Bucket (disambiguation)

Bucket is a cylindrical or conical container for transporting liquid or granular material. It may also refer to:

Physical containers

* Bucket (machine component), a term also used to denote the scoop installed on different machines.
* A bucket, a physical container adapted to the human form.
* Bucket seats are seats that only seat one person.
* Fire bucket, a bucket filled with sand to put out small fires.
* Honey buckets are sometimes used to dispose of sewage.
* A device for smoking cannabis, also called a Gravity bong.

Other physical objects

* Bucket, slang for an old, dilapidated car.
* A type of mute for brass instruments.

Non-material entities in science

* In computer science, a bucket is a data structure and is a specific type of bag (an unordered set).
* An alternative name for a bin in a histogram.

Personal names

* The Bucket Family, a fictional family from the British comedy, Keeping Up Appearances.
* Charlie Bucket, the title character in the Roald Dahl novels Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator

Other uses

* To "kick the bucket" as a euphemism for death
* "The Bucket", the first single taken from the Kings of Leon album "Aha Shake Heartbreak"


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