Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun (plural fundis)South African informal
1An expert in a particular area: a turtle fundi
More example sentences
- Who knows - it could give birth to computer fundis, right here in Lower Seplan.
- For art fundis, the NSA Art Gallery will exhibit the artworks of former students who are now working professionally, as a well as present students and community-based artists.
- Galloway told the court that both brothers were computer fundis and she feared they would tamper with or destroy Internet information needed by the state.
Perhaps originally Rhodesian (Zimbabwean) English, from Nguni umfundi 'learner'.
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