Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun[mass noun] British informal
Money or profit gained by someone: they can turn their hand to many jobs as long as there’s a bit of bunce in it
More example sentences
- Let's hope the Spearmint Rhino Club appeals and she is stripped of her bucketful of bunce.
- Dmgt is paying big bunce to get into an online recruitment market currently worth £100m a year, around seven per cent of the UK's entire recruitment advertising.
- We did that once, lost all our bunce.
Early 18th century: of unknown origin.
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