Origin of plinkechoic
- to make such sounds on (a piano, banjo, etc.)
- to shoot at (tin cans or similar targets)
verbplinked, plink·ing, plinks
- To cause to make a soft, sharp, metallic sound; clink.
- To shoot at casually.
- To make a soft, sharp, metallic sound.
- To shoot casually at random targets.
Origin of plinkImitative.
- A short, high-pitched sound
- (go "plink"): to make a short, high pitched sound, to break while making a "plink" sound, : The lightbulb went "plink".
(third-person singular simple present plinks, present participle plinking, simple past and past participle plinked)