bung up (third-person singular simple present bungs up, present participle bunging up, simple past and past participle bunged up)
- (Britain, New Zealand) To close an opening with a cork, cork like object or other improvised obstruction.
He used a piece of putty to temporarily bung up the leaking gutter.
- (obsolete, slang) To use up, as by bruising or overexertion; to exhaust or incapacitate for action.
- Shelton (translating Don Quixote)
He had bunged up his mouth that he should not have spoken these three years.