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]
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Translations

stumer

n (Brit inf)
(= counterfeit)Fälschung f
(= cheque)wertloser Scheck
(= failure)Misserfolg m
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