/ˈbʌndi / (say 'bundee)

1. a clock which marks the time on a card inserted in it, used to record arrival and departure times of employees; time clock.
2. a clock used to regulate the punctuality of bus services, etc.
phrase (bundied, bundying)
3. bundy off, to finish work by putting one's card into a bundy.
4. bundy on, to stark work by putting one's card into the bundy.
5. punch the bundy, Colloquial to begin work.
/ˈbʌndi / (say 'bundee)

any of several species of Eucalyptus, especially E. goniocalyx, a rough-barked tree of south-eastern Australia.
{Australian Aboriginal; Dharug bunda}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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