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plonk
British English: /plɒŋk/
American English: /plɑŋk/

Translation of plonk in French:

noun

  • 2
    [informal]
    (wine)
    vin (m) ordinaire, pinard (slang) (m)

transitive verb

[informal]

Phrasal verbs

plonk down

(informal)
1 plonk [something] down
(box, sack) on sur
to plonk oneself down on
s'installer dans
(armchair)
s'installer sur
(sofa)
to plonk oneself down in front of
s'installer devant
(TV, screen)
2 plonk down [something] (American English) (pay)

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