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bungee

(ˈbʌndʒiː) or

bungee cord

n
a type of stretchy rope consisting of elastic strands often in a fabric casing. Also called: bungee rope
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bungee - an elasticized ropebungee - an elasticized rope      
rope - a strong line
Translations

bungee

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bungee cord
n (for jumping) → Bungee-Seil nt; (for fastening) → (dehnbarer) Gurt
bungee jumping
nBungeespringen nt, → Bungeejumping nt
bungee rope
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Many of the designs sported laced-up bungee cords and mesh pockets that were filled with Cheetos' bags.
Villar asserted that he was operating a tractor owned by DJW, which was connected to a trailer owned by EPIC; that after the trailer was filled with bulk waste and before leaving the facility, he attempted to cover the loaded trailer with a tarp secured by bungee cords as required by law; and that while attempting to cover the loaded trailer, he was standing on a rolling staircase at an elevation of approximately nine feet when one of the cords snapped and he fell backwards to the ground and was injured.
Features include an eye-loop at its outer end, enabling straps and bungee cords to be attached for additional load security.
com)-- The Tennis Bagup stand is very unique because it attaches to your tennis bag, with color coordinated bungee cords with balls, and the stand and bag stay connected, whether you're using it, carrying it, or it's being stored.
Dominic Edward Peck, 51, of Court Road, Barry, admitted stealing padlocks, tape and bungee cords.
The fibres, which resemble miniature bungee cords as they can absorb large amounts of energy, are sustainable, non-toxic and can be made at room temperature.
The bungee trampolines launch thrill-seeking youngsters up high for brilliant views across the surf lagoon before pulling them back down to the trampoline with bungee cords.
The prototype casts are tied with bungee cords, which make them easier to get on and off.
I've tried ropes, old tires, lumber and bungee cords.
Buckwalter purchased a box of assorted bungee cords for $13 and some black and brown spray paints for $8 and began to work on the exterior.
TitanStraps[R] don't use hooks, making them safer than typical bungee cords.