bunk

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Noun[change]

Singular
bunk

Plural
bunks

  1. (countable) A bunk is a small bed.
    I shared a bunk with my brother at summer cap.
    In the olden days, there were many bunks in the cowboys' bunkhouse.
  2. (uncountable) Bunk is nonsense.
    Your story about getting a million dollar job is a lot of bunk!
    Don't give me that bunk!

Verb[change]

Plain form
bunk

Third-person singular
bunks

Past tense
bunked

Past participle
bunked

Present participle
bunking

  1. Bunk means to occupy or sleep in a small bed.
    Will you bunk with me at baseball camp?
    He always bunks with his brother at baseball camp.
    I bunked with my brother last year at summer camp.
    Will you be bunking with your brother at camp this year?

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