- v. Simple past tense and past participle of plonk.
“The other issue that Anna hasn't thought about is that although these appliances can be installed by semi-skilled workers, "plonked" as its called - they have to be actually commissioned by tradespeople.”
“Once I hit the Apple Store (memo to the Gold Coast City Council: you really need to build some footpaths in Robina pronto), I plonked myself in front of a MacBook and spent 45 minutes or so playing around with the different keyboard options.”
“And he plonked his considerable girth in between me and the lecherous customer for the rest of the visit.”
“Yet it's plonked between the vast, flat Rio de la Plata and the even vaster green plains of the pampas.”
“He plonked down beside me on a cushion and sat watching the screen with great attention.”
“When I plonked myself down I realized, to my delight, that I rested next to William B. Johnson.”
“Once home, the unread books are plonked on to shelves "for later", which mysteriously never arrives.”
“This was a stew of beans, carrots and sausage on to which had been plonked lumps of pork belly and confit duck.”
“She plonked it on the table and continued to rummage.”
“The world of Big Brother, of ITV2 ways to Essex, of ordinary cash plonked on ordinary counters by ordinary punters, seemed far over the rainbow of lofty ambition.”
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