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bunkum
American English: /ˈbəŋkəm/
British English: /ˈbʌŋkəm/

Translation of bunkum in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • [colloquial]
    bobadas (feminine plural) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Perhaps more relevantly, he is also widely credited as being the first ‘spin-doctor’, a claim or accusation he robustly rebuts in this book as ‘all bunkum and balderdash’.
    • There is a good article here on what a lot of bunkum psychological ‘counselling’ often is.
    • But for the most part our endless classifying, grouping, and arranging is nothing but high-grade hokum, mixed with a lot of bunkum.

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