Definition of bunghole in English:

bunghole

Line breaks: bung|hole
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌŋhəʊl
 
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noun

An aperture through which a cask can be filled or emptied.
More example sentences
  • To get the juice through the bunghole, a device like a small half cask with a tube on the bottom termed a tundish or tunpail was employed as a funnel.
  • If you're using a barrel, fill it to within an inch of the bunghole.
  • It sounds obscene, but it's the short form of Ungespundetes, a beer matured in barrels with open bungholes so the fermentation fizz escapes.

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