English version

bumf

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbumfbumf, bumph /bʌmf/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 INFORMATION British English informal boring written information that you have to read 🔊 I got loads of bumf about the introduction of the euro.
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bumf• When the registration forms came through, she apparently mistook them for election bumf and threw them away.• A detective chief super should immerse himself in bumf until the last trump sounds and like it.• He read all the latest intelligence bumf that had come in on the Bombay.
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