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1 bunk /ˈbʌŋk/ noun
plural bunks
1 bunk
/ˈbʌŋk/
noun
plural bunks
Learner's definition of BUNK
[count]
: either one of two single beds that are placed one above the other : either one of the beds in a bunk bed
: a narrow bed attached to a wall on a ship, train, etc.
compare 3bunk, 4bunk
2 bunk /ˈbʌŋk/ verb
bunks; bunked; bunking
2 bunk
/ˈbʌŋk/
verb
bunks; bunked; bunking
Learner's definition of BUNK
[no object] chiefly US
: to stay overnight at a place
compare 5bunk
3 bunk /ˈbʌŋk/ noun
3 bunk
/ˈbʌŋk/
noun
Learner's definition of BUNK
[noncount] informal
: foolish or untrue words or ideas : nonsense
compare 1bunk, 4bunk
4 bunk /ˈbʌŋk/ noun
4 bunk
/ˈbʌŋk/
noun
Learner's definition of BUNK

do a bunk

British, informal
: to leave a place suddenly and without telling anyone
compare 1bunk, 3bunk
5 bunk /ˈbʌŋk/ verb
bunks; bunked; bunking
5 bunk
/ˈbʌŋk/
verb
bunks; bunked; bunking
Learner's definition of BUNK

bunk off

[phrasal verb]
bunk off or bunk off (something) British, informal
: to not go to (school, work, etc.) : to leave early from school, work, etc.
compare 2bunk
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