do a bunk

do a bunk

To flee, leave hurriedly, or abscond, especially under illegal or suspicious circumstances. Primarily heard in UK. We did a bunk as soon as we heard the police sirens.
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do a bunk

make a hurried and furtive departure. British informal
2004 Scotland on Sunday There were rumours after Nessy left. She'd done a bunk with the provy money. She'd gone away with another man.
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do a ˈbunk

(British English, informal) leave a place quickly without telling anyone: I heard Jimmy did a bunk with all their money!
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