[ buhnt, boont ]
/ bʌnt, bʊnt /
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a brand of round tube pans with fluted sides.
of or noting a cake baked in such a pan, or the ring-shaped form of such a cake.
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Origin of Bundt
First recorded in 1950–55, Bundt is from the German word Bundkuchen Bundt cake
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Example sentences from the Web for Bundt
But in Count Bundt there had been sent to Cromwell perhaps the most high-tempered ambassador he had ever seen.The Life of John Milton, Volume 5 (of 7), 1654-1660|David Masson