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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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MIKE NEWELL believes the Stevens Inquiry into bungs in football is not delving deep enough in its attempt to weed out corruption in the game.
But as we have seen, we not only take bungs in sport we take them in every walk of life.
Jefferies insists he always heard whispers of bungs in his time at Bradford but insists it doesn't go on in Scotland.
As the Bible might have said after Judas accepted 30 pieces of silver and one of the most famous bungs in history: "Let he who has not bunged cast the first stone.
But a seething Redknapp, who maintains he did nothing wrong, said: "I'm fed up with all these idiots who keep going on about bungs in football.
Bond was named at the weekend as a figure involved in the BBC Panorama programme's probe into bungs in football transfers.
Bond was named at the weekend as a figure involved in the BBC Panorama programmes probe into bungs in football transfers.
LUTON manager Mike Newell has stolen the headlines this week for his amazing claims I about bungs in football.
He is alleged to have received bungs in player transfers and is said to have broken the rules by using his No 2 Ronnie Fenton to sign contracts between clubs during transfers.