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bunk-up Line breaks: bunk-up
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌŋkʌp/

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Definition of bunk-up in English:

noun

informal
A helping push or pull up.
Example sentences
  • I locked my fingers together to give him a bunk up, and we set off.
  • Been in the industry for less than 3 years and want to give your career a bunk-up?
  • I didn't know anything about detention centres and I'd like to think I'd be the same with any kid who needed a bit of a bunk up.

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