Plonk meaning

plŏngk, plŭngk
(Internet) The supposed sound of adding a user to one's killfile.
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(countable, dated, UK, law enforcement slang) A female police constable. [in the 1970s]

Chris and that plonk had better be flushing the scum out.

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The sound made by something solid landing.
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(countable) The sound of something solid landing.

I just heard a plonk "” did something fall down in the kitchen?

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To set or toss (something) down carelessly.

When you've finished with the sponge, just plonk it back in the sink.

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(Internet, slang, in Internet forums) To automatically ignore a particular poster; to killfile.

I got tired of his trolling and ad hominem attacks, so I plonked him.

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(followed by a location) Precisely and forcefully.

He dropped his bag of tools plonk in the middle of the table.

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(uncountable, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, informal) Cheap or inferior everyday wine.
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Cheap or inferior wine.
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(brit., informal) Cheap, inferior wine.
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Origin of plonk

  • Short for earlier plink-plonk perhaps alteration of French vin blanc white wine vin wine (from Old French vinegar) blanc white (from Old French blank)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Fom WWI military slang, derived by alteration of French vin + blanc (“white wine") by the law of Hobson-Jobson. Recorded earliest in the playful rhyming slang form plinketty-plonk. Possibly influenced by the sound of wine being poured into a glass.

    From Wiktionary

  • Probably a shortening of plonker.

    From Wiktionary

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