"bung" Definition

  1. the landlord of a public-house. Much in use among sporting men.
  2. to give, pass, hand over, drink, or to perform almost any action. BUNG up, to close up, as the eyes.—_Pugilistic._ “BUNG over the rag,” hand over the money.—_Old_, used by _Beaumont_ and _Fletcher_, and _Shakspeare_. Also, to deceive one by a lie, to CRAM, which _see_.

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Position in the dictionary: 430 of 4022 slang words.
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