- brundle (verb)
- brun·dle ˈbrən-dᵊl
- brundled; brundling ˈbrən-dᵊl-iŋ
- 1. to persist with underpowered equipment against powerful opposition.
- Whilst all but seven retired, Keke brundled his Fittipaldi over the melting tarmac to finish third.
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