1. [early 19C+] to hit, to punch, esp. in the eye.
2. [mid-19C] to lie, to deceive.
3. [mid-19C+] to pass, to throw, usu. energetically or aggressively.
4. [mid-19C+] to hand over, to give quickly; esp. in imper. e.g. bung this round to Fred.
5. to steal.
6. [late 19C+] to hand out money, esp. to bet or to bribe.
7. [20C+] to place (inside).
8. [1910s+] to get rid of, dispose of.
9. [1910s+] to give, as speech.
10. [1950s+] (UK Und./police) to bribe or to pay protection money.
[late 19C] to gamble at a casino.
1. to act affectedly, to strike poses, to assume an accent.
2. to exert pressure.
3. to overcharge.
4. (Aus./N.Z.) to exaggerate, to act temperamentally.
[20C+] to leave.
1. to put on a garment, to get dressed, usu. in comb. with an article of clothing, e.g. bung on a jacket.
2. to organize, to arrange; to affect.
3. to perform an action.
see under blue n.4
[1950s+] to hit.
1. [mid-18C–19C] to drink a dram (orig. of gin), to drink heartily, to get drunk; as n. bung your eye(s), gin (see cites 1737) .
2. [1910s] (US) a drinking toast.
see under side n.
see under bull n.6
1. [mid-19C–1910s] (US) to protrude, to stick out.
2. [1900s] (N.Z.) to die.