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bung definition

  • noun:
    • A stopper particularly for the hole by which a cask, keg, or barrel is filled or emptied.
    • A bunghole.
    • A stopper, substitute for a cork, often made from plastic used to avoid substance moving through the throat of a bottle, vat, a hole in a vessel an such like.
    • A cecum or anal area, particularly of a slaughter animal.
    • A bribe.
    • The large stopper of this orifice inside bilge of a cask.
    • The orifice within the bilge of a cask whereby it really is filled; bunghole.
    • A sharper or pickpocket.
    • a big cork or stopper for closing the opening inside side of a cask whereby it really is filled.
    • The hole or orifice in a cask through which it's filled; a bung-hole.
    • A pickpocket; a sharper.
    • A brewer.
    • A pile of seggars or setters in a porcelain-kiln.
    • A stopper specifically for the hole whereby a cask, keg, or barrel is filled or emptied.
    • A bunghole.
    • A stopper, substitute for a cork, usually manufactured from rubber always prevent liquid moving through the throat of a bottle, vat, a hole in a vessel an such like.
    • A cecum or anal area, especially of a slaughter pet.
    • A bribe.
    • a plug familiar with close a hole in a barrel or flask
    • the big stopper of the orifice within the bilge of a cask.
    • The orifice in bilge of a cask by which its filled; bunghole.
    • A sharper or pickpocket.
    • A large cork or stopper for shutting the hole within the part of a cask by which it really is filled.
    • The hole or orifice in a cask through which it is filled; a bung-hole.
    • A pickpocket; a sharper.
    • A brewer.
    • A pile of seggars or setters in a porcelain-kiln.
    • a plug familiar with shut a hole in a barrel or flask
  • verb-transitive:
    • To close with or as if with a cork or stopper.
    • Informal To injure or damage: fell on skis and bunged up my leg.
    • Chiefly British To fling; toss: "The Hungarian director bungs star Klaus Maria Brandauer once more into the breaches of past Teuton history” ( Nigel Andrews).
    • to quit, given that orifice in bilge of a cask, with a bung; to shut; -- with up.
    • To close with or as if with a cork or stopper.
    • Informal To injure or damage: dropped on skis and bunged up my knee.
    • Chiefly British To fling; toss: "The Hungarian manager bungs celebrity Klaus Maria Brandauer once more to the breaches of past Teuton record” ( Nigel Andrews).
    • to prevent, since the orifice when you look at the bilge of a cask, with a bung; to close; -- with up.
  • verb:
    • To connect, as with a bung.
    • To put somewhere without treatment; chuck.
    • To batter, bruise; resulting in to bulge or swell.
    • To pass a bribe.
    • close with a cork or stopper
    • To connect, just like a bung.
    • give a tip or gratuity to in substitution for a site, beyond the compensation agreed upon
    • to place someplace without attention; chuck.
    • To batter, bruise; to cause to bulge or swell.
    • to pass through a bribe.
    • close with a cork or stopper
    • give a tip or gratuity to in return for a site, beyond the settlement agreed on
  • adjective:
    • cracked, maybe not in working purchase.
    • Broken, maybe not in working purchase.
  • others:
    • to cease the orifice of with a bung; near.
    • To beat severely; exhaust by tough blows or strenuous work; bruise; maul: used chiefly into the term bunged up: as, he was all bunged up in battle; your day's work features entirely bunged me up.
    • Dead.
    • To fail; head to smash; collapse; become bankrupt: as, the bank moved bung.
    • to cease the orifice of with a bung; close.
    • To beat seriously; exhaust by hard blows or intense energy; bruise; maul: made use of chiefly into the phrase bunged up: as, he was all bunged up into the battle; a single day's work has entirely bunged me up.
    • Dead.
    • To fail; head to smash; failure; become bankrupt: as, the lender has gone bung.
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