plank

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
plank

Plural
planks

  1. A plank is a long, broad, and thick piece of timber.
  2. A plank is a policy position of a political party.
  3. A plank is when a person exercises and stays in a pushup position for a long amount of time.
  4. A plank is something that supports or upholds.

Verb[change]

Plain form
plank

Third-person singular
planks

Past tense
planked

Past participle
planked

Present participle
planking

  1. Planking is covering something with a group of planks.