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)
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Dad-of-four Crouchie, 38, married to model Abbey Clancy, was pictured at 19 dressed as Del Boy's plonker brother.
I'm pretty sure David Jason or Nicholas Lyndhurst are constantly getting 'You plonker, Rodney'.
The Cleveland and Durham roads policing unit jokingly remarked on social media "even Del Boy's three-wheeler was in better condition than this, you plonker!" The vehicle was left abandoned on the bank with nearly all the front wheel worn away, after it failed to make it up the other side.
Sunderland supporter John Wear, 33, was caught throwing a flare at the game and was labelled a "plonker" and an "idiot" by his defence solicitor, Robin Ford.
"She said, 'You plonker. What were you thinking?' But then the whole storm blew up, she became quite defensive of me.
It was one of those occasions where if it goes in, you look great but if it doesn't, you look a bit of a plonker .
You can't so much have a small sigh of despair to yourself without some cheerful plonker trying to tickle your funnybone
It was a combination that was always guaranteed to leave TV audiences in stitches - Del Boy, plonker Rodney and a consignment of blow-up dolls.
THIS week's esteemed PISH award (Plonker In Spoof Humour) is hereby dedicated to Ed Miliband after his recent jaunt to The Misguided Land of What Were You Thinking?
No, it was definitely prize plonker James again, expressing his utter confusion as to why he was booed by the crowd on the first eviction night.
...GROT WEEK James Arthur The X Factor plonker continued his career suicide by making nasty homophobic slurs.
WHICH plonker is responsible for locating the fuel cost-saving coupon back-to-back with the Wish tokens on pages 9 and 10 respectively in Tuesday's Evening Chronicle?