plonk

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Noun[change]

Singular
plonk

Plural
plonks

A bottle of plonk
  1. (slang) Plonk is a cheap wine.
    He had a headache after a night on the plonk.
  2. A plonk is the noise something makes if dropped, especially into liquid.
    She heard the plonk of the coins as she dropped them into the wishing well.

Verb[change]

Plain form
plonk

Third-person singular
plonks

Past tense
plonked

Past participle
plonked

Present participle
plonking

  1. To plonk is to drop something heavily, or sit down heavily.
    He was so tired he just plonked on the sofa when he got home.