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bunghole

1. n. the mouth. I’ve heard enough out of you! Shut your bunghole!
2. n. the anus. (Usually objectionable.) She tripped and fell down on her bunghole.
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Blom said cellar workers at California Barrel Care move from barrel to barrel, inserting power washers into the bungholes of upside-down barrels.
To make it easy for the forklift driver to know he's dealing with empty barrels, we rotate the bungholes to a 450 angle pointing inward on the barrel racks.
The plan dictates wood used for oak chips to come directly from the cooperage, and all bungholes are to be sealed with plastic bung caps or rubber bungs.
Remy said all the silicon bungs used to seal bungholes for shipment must be checked as well as the factory that makes the bungs.
The barrels--two or four at a time, depending on the model--are manually rotated on rollers so that the bungholes point down.
The rinse head rises up and into the barrel, first cleaning the area right around the bunghole, then moving further into the barrel and directing a relatively small amount of water in a forceful spray (150 psi) that scours all of the interior surfaces of the barrel.