plook


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plook

(plʊk)
n
(Pathology) Scot a variant spelling of plouk
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plook

n (Scot inf: = pimple, zit) → Pickel m
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The twenty lexical items are as follows: quine, lug, cloot, pooch, neep, lum, dubs, briks, simmit, bairns, oxter, scurry, loon, preen, tatties, slivers, plook, kirk, bosie, een.
PLOOK back though history and you'll find any number of giant-sized ricks which you can be sure the perpetrators felt pretty silly about afterwards.
Aberdeen has taken its eye off the ball – Editor of Urban Realm magazine John Glenday explains why they gave the Granite City their Plook on a Plinth award for the most dismal town in Scotland
It last won the trophy - known as the Plook on the Plynth - in 2001 but the judges said Cumbernauld had made no progress and now resembled a "ghetto".
Which city has been named Scotland's most dismal place in the Plook on the Plinth Carbuncle awards?
The Lanarkshire town scooped the Plook on the Plinth honour in the annual Carbuncle Awards run by business magazine Unlimited.
ABERDEEN has won this year's Plook on a Plinth award for the most dismal town in Scotland.
The Plook on a Plinth award has been given out annually by Urban Realm magazine since 2000 and its aim, rather than just abusing the town in question, is to "provoke debate about the quality of development in many of Scotland's towns and cities".
It won the Plook on the Plinth award for its miserable shopping centre, deserted pedestrian precinct and badly-refurbished sheriff court.
Listen, it was a freebie, the full second half was in glorious HD (you could see every plook on Barry Bannan's coupon) and we were online in loads of time to enjoy Scott Brown's spectacular winning goal.