bunco

[buhng-koh] Informal.
noun, plural buncos, verb, buncoed, buncoing.
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bunco or informal (US) bunko (ˈbʊŋkəʊ)
 
n , pl -cos, -kos
1.  a swindle, esp one by confidence tricksters
 
vb , -cos, -kos, -cos, -coing, -coed, -kos, -koing, -koed
2.  (tr) to swindle; cheat
 
[C19: perhaps from Spanish banca bank (in gambling), from Italian bancabank1]
 
bunko or informal (US) bunko
 
n
 
vb
 
[C19: perhaps from Spanish banca bank (in gambling), from Italian bancabank1]

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Special events and activities range from bunco marathons to travel club excursions.
Enjoy tuna croissants and potato salad for lunch, and bunco for fun.
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