Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bombshell"

The meaning of "Bombshell" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does that's a pretty big bombshell to drop mean?
A: Example: I am Haruki's son but haruki doesn't know it. He thinks I am his nephew.
I go to him and tell him, I am your son.
He will get shocked as I reveales something big to him

So he says: That's a pretty big bombshell to drop.

In real life he will not say that as he will get a shock and then faint but I am giving you an example. Usually this sentence is used by bystanders on the scene and not the person who gets a big revelation.
Q: What does leveled bombshell corruption mean?
A: That's no idiom. You need the fourth word for it to make sense: "leveled bombshell corruption charges."

leveled = laid out, made (accusations of)
bombshell = major, highly newsworthy, of career-destroying importance
corruption = illegal or highly unprofessional behavior of powerful people, usually government agents
charges = accusations, usually within the legal system.

So he accused a list of various politicians of using crime to advance their careers in a public and explicit way.
Q: What does bombshell cross- examination material mean?
A: Cross examination is a law term. In court, lawyers can ask questions to the opponent’s witnesses. Bombshell in the sentence, means very important, influential, and shocking.

The judge has handed future defense lawyers very important information for cross examination
Q: What does bombshell mean?
A: Bombshell could mean a very attractive person (typically used for females) or information that was said to the listener unexpectedly and that wasn’t previously known by the listener (this new information will usually negatively affect the listener’s life).

Example: She is attractive. What a bombshell!

Example: He just said he was quitting his job. What are your thoughts about this bombshell?

Q: What does bombshell
nutshell mean?
A: Aparte del significado literal, proyectil de artillería, bombshell también denomina un evento sorprendente y una mujer muy atractiva.

nutshell = cáscara de nuez

in a nutshell = explicar algo o contar una historia en la manera más breve/corta posible (con tan pocas palabras que sea posible)

Example sentences using "Bombshell"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bombshell.
A: @Ri-na It was a bit of a bombshell, I had no idea she was from outer space.

Bombshell means "a surprising revelation". It's like a word explosion. 😂🤣
Q: Please show me example sentences with bombshell.
A: Usually bombshell is used when talking about a hot person, or about a big secret that's been revealed.
A sentence:
Wow, she's a bombshell! lol
Q: Please show me example sentences with bombshell.
A: She was a blonde bombshell (attractive, loud, sexy)
He had only been there for five minutes before he dropped his bombshell (told his shocking news)

Synonyms of "Bombshell" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "the bombshell caused a buzz" and "the bombshell caused a stir" ?

Translations of "Bombshell"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? She has a bombshell!

A: This sentence is correct. It means that she has surprising news. For example, if she talks about an unexpected pregnancy, you might say, “She has a baby bombshell!” Many times, instead of using the phrase “She has a bombshell!”, the phrase would be “She dropped a bombshell!.” This is because “bombs” are “dropped”.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? He dropped a bombshell when he said on a call that he is hospitalized as he was hit by a car.
Or as he met an accident past week.
Does it sound natural?
A: @__Snowdrop__
He dropped a bombshell when he called from a hospital, saying he had been hit by a car.

He dropped a bombshell saying he had met with an accident.
—This sentence is correct but unnatural. The first sentence is very good.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 📌 is "bombshell " used commonly for an attractive woman?🤔
A: It's sort of old fashioned, but you'll occasionally hear it about famous models.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bombshell
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Other questions about "Bombshell"

Q: 1) She dropped the bombshell that she’s going to leave her job.

2) I’ve got a bombshell, but didn’t share it with anyone.
Does this sound natural?
A: 1) She dropped a bombshell; she’s going to quit her job.

2) I have have a secret but didn’t tell anyone.
2)I have big news but haven’t tell anyone.
Q: I dropped a bombshell. Does this sound natural?
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