- 1(also plonk) [transitive] plunk something + adv./prep. to put something down on something, especially noisily or carelessly He plunked the package down on the desk.
- 2 (also plonk) [transitive, intransitive] plunk (yourself) down to sit down heavily or carelessly He just plunked himself down and turned on the TV.
- 3[transitive] plunk something to play a guitar, a keyboard, etc. with your fingers and produce a rough, unpleasant sound Phrasal Verbsplunk somethingdown
NAmE//plʌŋk//(informal)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they plunk
he / she / it plunks
past simple plunked
-ing form plunking
the plunk, plunk of the banjo
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