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plonk meaning

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  • Noun: plonk  plóngk
    1. [Brit] A cheap wine of inferior quality 
    2. The noise of something dropping (as into liquid)
    Verb: plonk  plóngk
    1. Set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise
      - plank, flump, plop, plunk, plump down, plunk down, plump

    Derived forms: plonking, plonks, plonked

    Type of: noise, place down, put down, set down, vino, wine

    Encyclopedia: Plonk


  • [American slang]
    n. white wine; cheap wine; any liquor. (From French blanc.)
    • That plonk is really hard on the gut.
    • How about a bottle of plonk?


  • [British slang]
    Noun. Cheap or inferior wine. {Informal}

  • [Computer]
    <networking, abuse> (Possibly influenced by British slang "plonk" for cheap booze, or "plonker" for someone behaving stupidly; usually written "*plonk*") The sound a newbie makes as he falls to the bottom of a kill file. While this term originated in the Usenet newsgroup talk.bizarre, by 1994 it was widespread on Usenet and mailing lists as a form of public ridicule.

    Another theory is that it is an acronym for "Person with Little Or No Knowledge".

Examples

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  1. your master can plonk his holy ass wherever he chooses
  2. jeff : hi mel ! i brought you a bottle of plonk
  3. The average American consumer will plonk down $ 836 for gifts.
  4. No, not necessarily inoffensive plonk from southern France.
  5. These elements plonk down All Dogs Go To Heaven in a weird place.

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