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bumbag

Line breaks: bum¦bag
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌmbaɡ
 
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Definition of bumbag in English:

noun

British informal
A small pouch on a belt, for money and other valuables, worn round the waist or hips.
Example sentences
  • I don't like bumbags and money belts are a great alternative.
  • He finished 29th out of 72 runners in 65.34 which, since earlier he appeared to be struggling to clip his bumbag round his expanded waist, did not displease him.
  • Wouldn't you check that you had put it in your handbag / bumbag / jacket pocket/flight bag etc. together with your money/travellers cheques/medical insurance/flight tickets before you left home?

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