Bung

A bung, stopper or cork is a truncated cylindrical or conical closure to seal a container, such as a bottle, tube or barrel. Unlike a lid, which encloses a container from the outside without displacing the inner volume, a bung is partially inserted inside the container to act as a seal. A glass stopper is often called a `ground glass joint` (or .....
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bung

[n] - a plug used to close a hole in a barrel or flask 2. [v] - close with a cork or stopper
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Bung

• (n.) The large stopper of the orifice in the bilge of a cask. • (v. t.) To stop, as the orifice in the bilge of a cask, with a bung; to close; -- with up. • (n.) The orifice in the bilge of a cask through which it is filled; bunghole. • (n.) A sharper or pickpocket.
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bung

spile noun a plug used to close a hole in a barrel or flask
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Bung

Bung noun [ Confer W. bwng orfice, bunghole, Ir. buinne tap, spout, OGael. buine .] 1. The large stopper of the orifice in the bilge of a cask. 2. The orifice in the bilge of a cask through which it is filled; bunghole. 3. A sharper or pickpocket. [ Obsol...
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Bung

Bung transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bunged ; present participle & verbal noun Bunging ] To stop, as the orifice in the bilge of a cask, with a bung; to close; -- with up . To bung up , to use up, as by b...
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Bung

A bung is also a bribe.
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Bung

A rubber or wood stopper that seals the bunghole.
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Bung

A rubber or wood stopper that seals the bunghole.
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Bung

a secret and unauthorised payment used as a financial incentive to help a transfer go through.[44]
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Bung

A stopper used to seal a bottle or barrel
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Bung

A stopper used to seal a bottle or barrel. Commonly used term for corks.
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Bung

Bung is slang for a purse.
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Bung

In cooperage, a wooden stopper used to seal the cask, keg or barrel. In glassware, usually a rubber stopper used to seal a demijohn, carboy or jug. Bungs may be either solid or drilled with a central hole to accept a fermentation lock (airlock). Some bungs have two holes drilled to accept two airlocks, or one airlock and a blow-off tube.
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Bung

Stopper for barrels. Bungs are normally made of hardwood (but softer than the oak used for barrel staves to avoid damaging the bunghole when opening and closing the barrel). Recent wine barrel bungs are made of silicone rubber.
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Bung

The hole in a barrel (or tank).
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bung

the plug used to seal a wine barrel.
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Bung

The primary closure for barrels, hammered into place with a wooden hammer. Bungs are normally made of hardwood (but softer than the oak used for barrel staves to avoid damaging the bunghole when opening and closing the barrel). When bungs are to be removed and replaced repeatedly, winemakers now use bungs made of silicone rubber and they work like ...
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Bung

The stopper in the hole in a keg or cask through which the keg or cask is filled and emptied. The hole may also be referred to as a bung or bunghole. Real beer must use a wooden bung.
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Bung

The stopper in the hole in a keg or cask through which the keg or cask is filled and emptied. The hole may also be referred to as a bung or bunghole. Real beer must use a wooden bung.
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Bung

The stopper that closes the hole in a keg or cask through which the cask is filled and emptied.
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Bung

this is a small conical piece of plastic with an attachment at the end that elastic can be tied to. The bung fits inside a section of a pole, usually the second or third section and the elastic is tied to this thus anchoring it
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