[ chuhn-der ]
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noun, verb (used with or without object)

Origin of chunder

First recorded in 1920–25; of uncertain origin; perhaps ultimately an expressive formation akin to dialectal (mainly N England) chunder “grumble, complain”; cf. chunter

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How to use chunder in a sentence

  • It was to this place that Grish chunder De was travelling, there formally to take over charge of the district.

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  • chunder Shan had never seen a man like him; he was not an Easterner, but some barbarian from the West.

British Dictionary definitions for chunder


/ (ˈtʃʌndə) slang, mainly Australian /

  1. to vomit

  1. vomit

Origin of chunder

C20: of uncertain origin

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