stumer

stumer

(ˈstjuːmə)
n
1. slang a forgery or cheat
2. dialect Irish a poor bargain
3. Scot a stupid person
4. (Banking & Finance) come a stumer slang Austral to crash financially
[of unknown origin]
Translations

stumer

n (Brit inf)
(= counterfeit)Fälschung f
(= cheque)wertloser Scheck
(= failure)Misserfolg m
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It was constant, it was pervasive and it was every day," the New York Daily News quoted Mark Stumer, a lawyer for the women, as saying.
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Of the seven panelists, only Norman Stumer, president and CEO of MHP, and Stephen Siegel, chairman of CBRE's global brokerage, objected to the claim that New York City is in the middle of a luxury condo bubble.