Definition of chunder in English:

chunder

Line breaks: chun|der
Pronunciation: /ˈtʃʌndə
 
/
informal , chiefly Australian/NZ

verb

[no object]
Vomit.
More example sentences
  • I am still haunted my the look of horror on my beloved's face as I chundered booze and party snacks over her billowing cleavage.
  • A voice drifted down through the hatch above our heads, ‘I'm amazed,’ it said. ‘Only three people have chundered so far.’
  • And in both cases there is the possibility that you'll end up in an alley behind the pub or club chundering in the gutter.

noun

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Vomit.
More example sentences
  • It is amazing, though, that even covered in vomit, only one person dared to complain; while others sat, reeking of chunder for nearly two hours as the train reached its destination.
  • The whole van was covered in chunder, we had to stop for about an hour to just clean this thing out.
  • Where does all this suave urbanity leave the true, ocker Aussie, the weathered stockman riding along in the outback with his trusty sheepdog, always ready for a few tinnies and a bloody good chunder?

Origin

1950s: probably from rhyming slang Chunder Loo 'spew', from the name of a cartoon character Chunder Loo of Akim Foo, who appeared in advertisements for Cobra boot polish in the Sydney Bulletin in the early 20th century.

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