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bungnoun [C]

uk   us   /bʌŋ/ UK informal

bung noun [C] (CLOSING DEVICE)

(usually US stopper) a round ​piece of ​rubber, ​wood, etc. that is used to ​close the ​hole in a ​container

bung noun [C] (MONEY)

a ​payment made to someone to ​persuade them to do something, usually something ​dishonest: Of ​course both the ​politiciansdenied taking bungs.

bungverb [T + adv/prep]

uk   us   /bʌŋ/ UK informal
to put something ​somewhere in a ​careless way: "Where shall I put my ​coat?" "Oh, bung it ​anywhere."
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(Definition of bung from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Definition of "bung" - Business English Dictionary

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bungnoun [C]

uk   us   /bʌŋ/ UK informal
a ​payment made to someone to persuade them to do something, usually something dishonest; a bribe: The politician denied taking bungs.
(Definition of bung from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bung”
in Spanish tapón…
in Vietnamese nút thùng…
in Malaysian penyumbat…
in Thai จุกหรือที่อุด…
in French bonde…
in German der Spundzapfen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 盖子, (橡胶、木头等制作的)塞子…
in Indonesian sumbat…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蓋子, (橡膠、木頭等製作的)塞子…
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