bunk-up

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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
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Translations

bunk-up

[ˌbʌŋkˈʌp] N to give sb a bunk-upayudar a algn a subir
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