plonk down


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Verb1.plonk down - drop heavily
drop - let fall to the ground; "Don't drop the dishes"
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It is estimated the average UK household wastes two glasses of wine a week by pouring oxidised plonk down the sink.
Or even investors who do not have the ready cash to plonk down on a new real estate acquisition.
Plonk down your right foot and there's a noticeable pause before the transmission adjusts its gearing, after which there's another thrashy gap between the revs rising and the pace increasing.