Definition of 'bungee'
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They were trying to get a dozen eggs on bungee ropes into a nest. The Sun (2016)The structure is attached to the couple's first-floor bedroom window with a detachable elastic bungee cord. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Instead of bungee ropes, the divers tie vines around their ankles. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Most cycle rides are circular, an invisible bungee cord pulling you back to where you began. Times, Sunday Times (2012)As the furniture got bigger, you would be required to hook two bungee cords together. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)A strip of bungee cord that hooks up behind your ears and tightens the skin at the neck. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One end of a bungee cord is attached to a harness you wear, and your trainer holds the other end. The Sun (2012)There will also be a bike park with tracks of varying difficulty, and a bungee trampoline to bounce you high into the air. Times, Sunday Times (2014)TWO bungee jumpers died after their heads collided in mid-air. The Sun (2012)There are bouncy castles, slides, bungee runs and art workshops. The Sun (2013)That daft, cheery, fearless gesture people make before a fun run or a bungee jump. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Now, for the first time, the bungee cord seemed to be catching in another place. WALKING THE BIBLE (2001)They are connected directly to their dogs via bungee cords, which link harnesses on the dogs to belts that the pet owners wear around their waists. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A HUSBAND accidentally hanged himself with a bungee cord after slipping as he tried to reach tools tied up with it. The Sun (2008)
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