Plonk - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |plɑːŋk|  American pronunciation of the word plonk
Brit.  |plɒŋk|  British pronunciation of the word plonk

noun

- a cheap wine of inferior quality
- the noise of something dropping (as into liquid)

verb

- set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise (syn: flump, plank, plop, plump, plunk)

Examples

You can plonk those bags down anywhere in my room.

He plonked a couple of glasses on the table.

A patois that sounds like the plonk-plonk of ping-pong balls on a hard table.

The workman plonked down his heavy bag of tools.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: plonk
he/she/it: plonks
present participle: plonking
past tense: plonked
past participle: plonked
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