bungee jump


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bungee jump

or

bungy jump

n
(Individual Sports, other than specified) a jump made by someone from a high bridge, building, etc, secured only by a rubber cord attached to the ankles
vb (intr)
(Individual Sports, other than specified) to jump from a high bridge, building, etc, secured only by a rubber cord attached to the ankles
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