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- noun UK, slang, mildly pejorative A
- noun UK, slang A
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Everyone from other countries must be just looking at him and thinking "plonker"
I don't know why, butI can't work out whether it is embarrassing or entertaining to hear the Archbishop of Canterbury saying 'plonker'.
On the other hand, her father received a full page of positive publicity about his property, and, I understand, the morning after the dreaded "plonker" article appeared, a bunch of flowers from his house agent, the cost of which may or may not be subtracted from their commission at a later date.
He handled the questions of his near blindness and his daughter's death without any obvious plays for public sympathy, thus gaining more of it, and he remained unflustered by Morgan's irreverent approach - at one stage the prime minister was asked if he was a "plonker".
SACKED Jody says he's GLAD to be out of Hell's Kitchen - away from 'plonker' Grant
Despite having countless comedy geniuses yell "plonker" at him on the streets, he doesn't hate the role that made him.
for those of us on the other side of the world, can you explain "plonker"?
Further to the comment from Mervyn Harris about the "plonker" Nicholas Lyndhurst (
I am glad they managed to fit you up, old boy – You sure, in my opinion was a plonker and never should have made it past sergeant. on February 9, 2010 at 10: 10 am Retired Sgt
Im not a policeman or indeed policewoman but Im sure Jon Smith is a plonker.
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