Planking meaning

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Planking is the act of laying thick boards to build a platform or structure.

An example of planking is building a wooden deck.

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Planking is defined as laying your body on top of an object and balancing there, while stretched out and stiffened, usually while a photo is taken.

An example of planking is balancing on top of a rock to have your photo taken.

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Planks considered as a group.
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An object or structure made of planks.
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Planks in quantity.
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The planks of a structure.
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A series of planks; a group of planks.
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The practice of lying face down with arms to the sides, in unusual public spaces, and taking photographs to record the act.
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Present participle of plank.
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The act of laying planks.
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Origin of planking

  • plank +"Ž -ing

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