bunk-up

bunk-up

n
to give someone a bunk-up to give someone a competitive advantage in order to help them get on better than they would otherwise have done
Translations

bunk-up

[ˌbʌŋkˈʌp] N to give sb a bunk-upayudar a algn a subir
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But when she asked a mystery man, who could only be described as NOT the kids TV presenter, for a bunk-up outside a London club a few nights later she got a piggyback.
You can add liar and using ministerial influence to give a professional bunk up to his bunk-up. That doesn't make him a very good politician.
Now we know his reputation was well earned after he admitted this week that a bunk-up in a restaurant broom cupboard, which resulted in a daughter, lasted just FIVE seconds.
Then she bore the brunt of Dev's bitterness over their bunk-up at Christmas.
And Brian Howarth, 45, who runs the company with his parents Cyril, 66, and Mary, 65, has been flooded with calls from men looking for a bunk-up rather than a bunk-bed.
How can a lad of 13 get a bunk-up? At that age I couldn't even get a bunk bed.
So Jimmy and Nicola's bunk-up would seem like a match made in heaven.
Splitting with a girl before a farewell bunk-up is the ultimate schoolboy error (staying overnight at Michael Jackson's place runs it a close second) - and Teddy's a bit too old for those.
As my ennobled mate, Artur, would intone: "What was he after - a bunk-up or a bride?"
Walford romances don't have to be about teenage flings, illicit affairs and drunken bunk-ups behind the Argee Bhajee.
How times have changed since bunk-ups required cover-ups.
Dawn, whose only demands of Rob are regular bunk-ups, a couple of babygros and a new life in Hull, suddenly doesn't seem a bad option, but Rob sticks with mad May.