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  1. plunk

    • IPA[pləNGk]

    美式

    • v.
      play a keyboard or plucked stringed instrument, especially in an inexpressive or unskilled way;hit (someone) abruptly
    • n.
      the sound made by abruptly plucking a string of a stringed instrument;a heavy blow.
    • verb: plunk, 3rd person present: plunks, gerund or present participle: plunking, past tense: plunked, past participle: plunked

    • noun: plunk, plural noun: plunks

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. play a keyboard or plucked stringed instrument, especially in an inexpressive or unskilled way I got a guitar when I was twelve and started plunking away on it
    • 2. US hit (someone) abruptly he plunked him in the back
    • 3. North American put or set (something) down heavily or abruptly she plunked her purse on top of the bar
    • pay (money) on the spot or abruptly I gladly plunked down my ten dollars
    • sit down in a hurried or undignified way she plunks herself down on the stool

    名詞

    • 1. the sound made by abruptly plucking a string of a stringed instrument the singing was punctuated by the plunks of the guitar
    • 2. US a heavy blow.
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    • IPA[plʌŋk]

    英式

    • v.
      play a keyboard or plucked stringed instrument in an inexpressive way: I got a guitar when I was twelve and started plunking away on it
    • n.
      the sound made by abruptly plucking a string of a stringed instrument: the singing was punctuated by the plunks of the guitar

    Oxford Dictionary