Definition of bingle in English:

bingle

Line breaks: bin¦gle
Pronunciation: /ˈbɪŋɡ(ə)l
 
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noun

Australian informal
A collision.
More example sentences
  • The race will be at a sensible hour on Sunday, so we can all watch it on the big screen at Shenanigans at 7 p.m. Don't be late, or you'll miss the now customary first corner bingles!
  • Despite my tramping on the brake, a crash - I hate ‘bingle’ - was inevitable.
  • It was all fairly cruisey, lots of slowing and speeding as you would expect, but no bingles that I saw.

Origin

1940s: diminutive of dialect bing 'thump, blow' (compare bing2).

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