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bonce

(bɒns)
n
slang Brit the head
[C19 (originally: a type of large playing marble): of unknown origin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bonce - informal terms for a human headbonce - informal terms for a human head  
human head - the head of a human being
Translations

bonce

[bɒns] N (Brit) → coco m

bonce

n (Brit inf: = head) → Birne f (inf); curly bonceKrauskopf m (inf)
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It became clear the cap was way to small for many of our big bonces, so we've knocked it on the head, so to speak.
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But here they're both sporting barking bonces that just have to be called canine coiffure.
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