Hay 3 definiciones de bung en inglés:

bung1

Silabificación: bung
Pronunciación: /bəNG
 
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sustantivo

A stopper for closing a hole in a container.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His invention was designed to cut a hole through an existing bung or stopper rather than through the oak barrel head.
  • On a thirsty day, unscrupulous carters were known to extract a free drink from a keg of porter by boring a small hole through the bung, inserting a goose quill and sucking some of the contents.
  • A barrel is made up of staves shaped into a bulging cylinder, with hoops round it, a flat circular head at either end, and at least one hole for a bung.

verbo

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1Close with a stopper: the casks are bunged before delivery
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  • They phoned West Wiltshire Housing Society which sent someone out to mend the damaged wires and bung up the hole into the attic but the squirrels were not deterred and more got in through a gap from their neighbour's house.
  • In the mean time, until the hole is bunged, Slemko recommends that customers not access the Web site.
  • Additionally, the Feds sought assurance that the patches MS has issued are adequate to bung the holes without causing problems for the machines they're installed on.
1.1 (bung something up) Block (something), typically by overfilling it: you let vegetable peelings bung up the sink
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I feel light headed, my ears are bunged up and my balance feels hazy.
  • It has three different sized grating thingies and the picture on the box very clearly shows it grating cheese, which puts a stop to the n'er-do-wells warning me that cheese would bung it up.
  • One fine day it gets bunged up: and there you are.

Origen

late Middle English: from Middle Dutch bonghe (noun).

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Hay 3 definiciones de bung en inglés:

bung2

Saltos de línea: bung

Entrada del diccionario de Inglés Británico & Universal

British informal

verbo

[with object and adverbial of direction]
Put or throw (something) somewhere in a careless or casual way: fill out the reply-paid card and bung it in the post

sustantivo

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A bribe.

Origen

early 19th century: symbolic; the noun sense dates from the 1950s.

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Hay 3 definiciones de bung en inglés:

bung3

Saltos de línea: bung

Entrada del diccionario de Inglés Británico & Universal

Australian /NZ informal

adjetivo

1Broken down, ruined, or useless.
2 dated Dead.

Origen

mid 19th century (originally Australian pidgin): from Yagara (an extinct Aboriginal language).

Frases

go bung

1Break down; fail or go bankrupt.
2Die.

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