plonk

US [plɑŋk]
UK [plɒŋk]
  • v.随意放下;砰然扔下;重重地坐下;不经意地坐下
  • n.廉价劣质酒;便宜酒;扑通声
  • Web劣等廉价葡萄酒;使劲投掷;便宜红酒
Simple Present:plonks  Present Participle:plonking  Past Tense:plonked  
plonk
v.
1.
~ sth + adv./prep.
随意放下;砰然扔下to put sth down on sth, especially noisily or carelessly
He plonked the books down on the table.
他砰的一声把书扔到了桌子上。
Just plonk your bag anywhere.
把你的袋子随便搁在哪儿吧。
2.
~ yourself (down)
重重地坐下;不经意地坐下to sit down heavily or carelessly
He just plonked himself down and turned on the TV.
他一屁股坐下来,打开了电视。
n.
1.
[u]
廉价劣质酒;便宜酒cheap wine that is not of good quality
2.
[c][ususing]
(重物落下碰到物体表面发出的)砰的声响,扑通声a low sound like that of sth heavy falling and hitting a surface
She sat down with a plonk.
她扑通一声坐下来。

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