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bumf

noun [U] (also bumph) uk   us   /bʌmf/ UK informal
printed information, such as an advertisement or official document, that is usually unwanted and not interesting: I got a load of bumf from my bank in the post today.
Translations of “bumf”
in Chinese (Traditional) 檔,印刷品(如無用或乏味的廣告等)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 文件,印刷品(如无用或乏味的广告等)…
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