plonker


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plonker

(ˈplɒŋkə)
n
slang a stupid person
[C20: from plonk1]
Translations

plonker

[ˈplɒŋkəʳ] N (Brit) → imbécil mf, gilipollas mf inv (Sp)

plonker

[ˈplɒŋkər] n (British) (pejorative)andouille f

plonker

n (Brit inf)
(= stupid person)Niete f
(= penis)Pimmel m (inf)
References in periodicals archive ?
The West Ham boss does not need that sulking plonker around the dressing room.
I HOPE Nathan Blake felt like a right plonker against Coventry.
As Del Boy would have said; "Don't be a plonker, Rodney.
A TRAINEE accountant behaved like a real plonker by trying to sell fake designer goods on Facebook using the name Rodney Trotter from Only Fools and Horses.
The workmen were all in hysterics at the antics of this 18ct plonker who was still very much wet behind the ears.
For that reason alone, I will not call him a plonker again as it clearly encourages him.
I can't dance so I'd probably look a plonker, but I never say never.
I wonder if it's the same plonker at the CPS who decided to prosecute Sarah McCaffery for driving while eating an apple that also pursued the decision to charge Patricia Tabram as a drugs dealer?
David Jason has to be the biggest plonker of all time; having a child at 65.
The Newcastle chief is obviously a top bloke, but the highlight of the programme was when a young autograph hunter made him look a right plonker.
If Henman wins, I'll keep the plonker award for good.
The trusting James, who reminded me in appearance of a young Rodney from Only Fools and Horses, is anything but a plonker.