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bonce

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

bonce

[bɒns] N (Brit) → coco m
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bonce

n (Brit inf: = head) → Birne f (inf); curly bonceKrauskopf m (inf)
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This weekend, Lineker posted a photo of Shearer and Ian Wright's bald bonces. He wrote: "Just feel like I'm being egged on."
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.
Figures reveal the footie star's openness has helped encourage young blokes to have their bald bonces treated.
But here they're both sporting barking bonces that just have to be called canine coiffure.