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jun

[chuhn] /tʃʌn/
noun, plural jun.
1.
chon (def 1).

Jun.

1.
June.
2.
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  • They knew jun wanted them to believe he was joking, humouring Paul.

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  • You don't suppose jun 'd try to take the stones off of him, do you, George?

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  • Michael almost wished the men had let jun clear out with his stones.

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  • But jun held to his point, and the talk became more general.

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  • jun asked for news of the fields: what had been done, and who was getting the stuff.

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  • If Maud had taken the stones, jun would recognise them, Michael knew.

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  • She asked a good deal about the ratting, and about jun and Maud.

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  • But jun—he had his own little way of doing business, everybody knew.

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British Dictionary definitions for jun

Jun

abbreviation
1.
June
2.
Also jun. junior
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Word Origin and History for jun

old abbreviation of junior.

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