- bunk off work
- ˌbunk ˈoff | ˌbunk off ˈschool/ˈwork derived(BrE, informal) to stay away from school or work when you should be there; to leave school or work early
I'm going to bunk off this afternoon.
She had bunked off work all week.Main entry: ↑bunkderived
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bunk off school — ˌbunk ˈoff | ˌbunk off ˈschool/ˈwork derived (BrE, informal) to stay away from school or work when you should be there; to leave school or work early Syn: ↑skive, Syn: ↑ … Useful english dictionary
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bunk off — Brit. informal abscond from school or work. → bunk … English new terms dictionary
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