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English definition of “bunk off (sth)”

bunk off (sth)

UK informal phrasal verb with bunk     /bʌŋk/ verb
to stay away from school or work or to leave early, especially without permission: A lot of people bunk off early on Friday. It was a sunny day so they decided to bunk off school.Running away and escaping
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