Definition of corker in English:

corker

Line breaks: cork¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈkɔːkə
 
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informal

noun

An excellent or astonishing person or thing: it was the season’s first goal, and a corker
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  • Amongst stunning headlines appear a few absolute corkers, complete with astonishing introductory paragraphs.
  • Yet just when The Moon have apparently filed themselves under ‘Far Too Easy Listening’, they produce a corker - the astonishingly good ‘Hero Gets The Girl’.
  • Goals by Adam Wash, Phil O'Reilly, with two corkers, and Mark Wood won it for Pickering, who face Bridlington in the final of the Wilkinson Sword Trophy second leg tomorrow night.

adjective

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Very good; excellent: a corker little stove with bandy legs

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