gazunder

EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Blend of gazump +‎ under

VerbEdit

gazunder ‎(third-person singular simple present gazunders, present participle gazundering, simple past and past participle gazundered)

  1. (Britain) To reduce the offer price of a property after agreeing to a higher one (normally just before contracts are exchanged)

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Etymology 2Edit

Because it "goes under" the bed

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NounEdit

gazunder ‎(plural gazunders)

  1. (Britain) A chamber pot

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