bung in


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bung in

To force something into a place or thing. A noun can be used between "bung" and "in" or after "in." Don't just bung in the key—you might break the lock!
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bung something in

to cram or bang something into something. He bunged the cork into the barrel. With a heavy blow, he bunged in the cork.
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Newell shocked the game last week when he claimed he had been offered "sweeteners" by agents and club officials to sell Luton players, and that he would be amazed if former Arsenal boss George Graham was the only manager to have accepted a bung in the last 11 years.
I wouldn't give a bean to the chairman, but I would be quite happy to bung in pounds 5, 000 of my own money if it helps to make sure that the club remains in business and in a position to continue the decent start to the season made by Den is Smith and his players.
In a statement this evening, MACC said it had obtained the go ahead from the Attorney General's office to charge Bung in his capacity as the former non-executive director of government agency Felcra Berhad, as well as his wife, Datin Seri Zizie Izette A.
He also declared he would be stunned if former Arsenal boss George Graham was the only manager to have accepted a bung in the last 11 years.
"Youre not telling me that the only person guilty of taking a bung in the last decade is George Graham.
Bateman said he named the person who made the bung in the book but solicitors warned him to take it out.
'I have been popularly known as one of the senior BN (Barisan Nasional) politicians who is hardly beaten by my political enemies,' said Bung in the letter.
The findings of the inquiry in September failed to go as far as saying that Clough received a bung in the Sheringham deal.