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thunk1

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Pronunciation: /θʌŋk
 
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noun& verb

Informal term for thud. [as noun]: the door closed behind us with a thunk
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  • If it hits the sensor, you're rewarded with the satisfyingly realistic sound of a ball thunking into the bottom of the hole.
  • He walks the field in a circle of death, pumping the lever action with a metal-on-metal thunk after each animal.
  • There was a whistling sound and a thunk as a small dart-like object pierced the wall.

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thunk2

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Pronunciation: /θʌŋk
 
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Informal or humorous past and past participle of think.

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