Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of bung.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bung.

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Examples

  • So much for maladministration, district auditors and so-called bungs!

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The saggars were arranged in vertical stacks called bungs which extended from the floor of the oven to the ceiling.

    Bottle Ovens

  • The other players are called the bungs, and stand at some little distance to get a run for the leap.

    Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium

  • Encourage Ministers to take 'bungs' in return for asking questions?

    Babs Says "Bring Back Maggie"

  • At the time there was, as you'd expect, outrage on LabourHome with charges of "bungs" and "maladministration" being thrown around and general hand-wringing.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Or, if they had inclined toward a jolly and adventurous career, they could have joined one of the various jams or "bungs," stimulated by the thought that any one of them might be a key-log, holding for a time the entire mass in its despotic power.

    Homespun Tales

  • Hull City take legal action to force former chairman to pay back 'bungs' guardian. co.uk, Friday 22 January 2010 21.26 GMT

    The Guardian World News

  • Hull take legal action to force former chairman to pay back 'bungs'

    The Guardian World News

  • Hull City today accused the club's former chairman Paul Duffen in the high court of personally accepting "bungs" from agents in return for making sure the club did business deals with those agents.

    The Guardian World News

  • Hull City have accused the club's former chairman Paul Duffen in the high court of personally accepting "bungs" from agents in return for making sure the club did business deals with those agents, reports

    tribalfootball.com

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