Australian slang (verb),(noun) meaning: Vomit, or the act of vomiting. Etymology: Derived from the English word Chunter meaning to grumble or speak incoherently.
(Verb): Ooooh, I'm one beer over the line. Step back lads I'm going to chunder. (Noun) On the way home from the pub last night Freddie puked in my back seat, now the whole car smells of his chunder.
by zigzzagz November 09, 2014
Rocky, uneven, low-quality pavement. Used by longboard skateboarders to describe treacherous road surfaces.
I was railing the turn at 40, hit chunder and slid into the bales. It was gnar!
by Bloviator September 20, 2014
choppy, tracked out inconsistent snow
I just pointed it and charged through the chunder.
by hans mon October 15, 2009
Man-stink! When a man smells bad.
Someone should tell that man that his chunder is making my eyes water.
by Julzi April 14, 2014
The shaking motion that occurs right up to the point before the vomitis flows from the mouth.
"God damn the new foreign busser's breath makes me wanna chunder." puke
by obcpunk July 10, 2010
to vomit. plain and simple.

i first came upon the word used in books by e. lockheart.
Your face makes me chunder.

He had one shot and then chundered. Pussy.
by EmKat December 23, 2007
This was the first ever Australian or antipadean word and started in the ports of UK so its around 250 years old.
When passengers went aboard the ships, they where told by the captain to shout "watch under" before they puked. it would have very quicky become chunder, try shouting "watch under" just before you puke. because it started on the ships, it did not get to the british shore, until rececntly, however It has now come full circle to the uk shore with all the Aussies coming back here and of course from Aussie soaps, plus that song from the Aussie band "crowded house"
by Bushwakker February 01, 2010

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