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plunk 1 (American English)

Inglés americano: /pləŋk/
Inglés británico: /plʌŋk/

transitive verb

  • she plunked herself down onto the sofa
    se desplomó en el sofá
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • Even during casual conversation he plunks out impromptu background music.
    • They walked in, picked up their instruments and Nick started plinking and plunking at the piano.
    • His fingers plunked dully on the wrong key, and the young man wrenched his attention away and resumed his disjointed playing to the end of the piece.
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • A second later he heard steps on the stairs, and popped his head over the back of the couch to see Kate plunking down the stairs fiddling with the straps on her dress.
    • Mr. Wilder headed upstairs for bed, and Kate wandered back over to her couch, plunking down in it and picking up her dog-eared book.
    • All of a sudden, I heard someone coming into the room just as I was plunking down my drink on my shelf.

intransitive verb

  • 1.1 (drop) 1.2 (making harsh, heavy sound) Ver ejemplos: she plunked away at the piano
    aporreaba el piano [colloquial]

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plunk 2

noun, adverb

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