gazunder

gazunder
Noun. A chamber pot. Named so because it goes under the bed. Somewhat archaic due to homes having internal toilets.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • gazunder — ga‧zunder [gəˈzʌndə ǁ ər] verb [transitive] informal PROPERTY if you are gazundered, someone who has agreed to buy your house says that they will only buy it for less than the amount originally agreed gazundering noun [uncountable] * * * gazunder …   Financial and business terms

  • Gazunder — The word gazunder may refer to: *A chamber pot, so called because it goes under the bed; [cite news title=Going potty! work=The Bolton Evening News date=August 16, 2000 url=http://archive.lancashireeveningtelegraph.co.uk/2000/8/16/718335.html… …   Wikipedia

  • gazunder — 1. verb To reduce the offer price of a property after agreeing to a higher one (normally just before contracts are exchanged) 2. noun A chamber pot …   Wiktionary

  • Gazunder — When a buyer reduces his or her bid for a property before the transaction has been signed and finalized. If the real estate market is crashing, a buyer might offer less because he or she knows that the seller desperately wants to sell the… …   Investment dictionary

  • Gazunder — 1. chamber pot that goes under the bed; 2. (cricket) mullygrubber …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • gazunder — Australian Slang 1. chamber pot that goes under the bed; 2. (cricket) mullygrubber …   English dialects glossary

  • gazunder — ga|zun|der [gəˈzʌndə US ər] v [T] BrE informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Probably from gazump + under] be gazundered if you are gazundered, someone who has agreed to buy your house says that they will only buy it for less than the amount… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • gazunder — (gozunder) n a chamber pot. A perennial humorous euphemism heard in Britain and Aus tralia, based on the fact that the un nameable article in question goes under the bed. By extension these words are sometimes used to refer to other un named… …   Contemporary slang

  • gazunder — To reduce an offer on a house, flat, etc. , immediately before exchanging contracts, having previously agreed a higher price. In a market in which house prices are falling, the unscrupulous buyer is aware that the seller will be extremely anxious …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • gazunder — /gəˈzʌndə/ (say guh zunduh) noun Colloquial 1. a chamber pot. 2. Cricket a low ball. Also, gazunda, gezunder, gozunder. {contraction of goes under} …  

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