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bunko

or bun路co

[ buhng-koh ]
/ 藞b蕦艐 ko蕣 /
Informal.
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noun, plural bun路kos.
a swindle in which a person is cheated at gambling, persuaded to buy a nonexistent, unsalable, or worthless object, or otherwise victimized.
any misrepresentation.
verb (used with object), bun路koed, bun路ko路ing.
to victimize by a bunko.
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Origin of bunko

1880鈥85; shortened form of bunkum; cf. -o
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British Dictionary definitions for bunko

bunko
/ (藞b蕦艐k蓹蕣) /

noun, verb
a variant spelling of bunco
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