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Verb: bunk off
Usage: Brit, informal (N. Amer: play hooky)
  1. Be absent from work or school without permission
    "The boy often bunks off";
    - play hooky [N. Amer, informal], skive [Brit, informal], play truant, truant, bunk [Brit, informal], mitch [Ireland, informal], wag [Austral, NZ, informal]

Derived forms: bunking off, bunked off, bunks off

Type of: cut, skip

Encyclopedia: Bunk off