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bunk 1

American English: /bəŋk/
British English: /bʌŋk/

noun

Phrasal verbs

bunk down

verb + adverb
[colloquial]
planchar la oreja [colloquial] [humorous]

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bunk 2
American English: /bəŋk/
British English: /bʌŋk/

noun

  • uncountable [colloquial] (nonsense)
    bobadas (feminine plural) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • We like to believe that history is bunk because we don't like being bound by it.
    • That he believes his own bunk is the best joke of all.
    • Certainly there is as much bunk out there that needs to be unmasked as nonsense or lies.

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bunk 3
American English: /bəŋk/
British English: /bʌŋk/

noun

(British English) [colloquial]
  • to do a bunk
    largarse [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • The rules say you can work in pairs in the evenings after 8 p.m. so if you get into trouble, one of you can run interference while your oppo does a bunk to safety.
    • Many of them had to do a bunk as the Nazis became more powerful and they ended up in Hollywood.
    • She came to Britain in 1795 to meet her future husband (later George IV) who took one look, did a bunk and ordered a large brandy.

Phrasal verbs

bunk off

skive off 1 2, → skive off 1
Example sentences
  • It is just really to keep a high profile in case pupils who do not want to go to school think it's all gone quiet so they can bunk off again.
  • About 50,000 children in England bunk off school each day, despite the fact that millions of pounds have been spent on initiatives including town-centre truancy sweeps.
  • He was always trying to encourage me to bunk off and go hang out in the caff at the park, but I being the goody-goody that I was always refused convinced I'd get caught.

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