stonker


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stonker

(ˈstɒŋkə)
n
slang a thing that is large, impressive, or amazing
vb (tr)
slang NZ to destroy, to make something useless
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The album should have a question mark at the end really," says John, "it's a stonker.
The reality is that whatever this fish's weight - and it would be wrong to call Gordon's integrity into question - it is still a stonker of a trophy salmon and the biggest caught from the mighty Tay so far this season.
TaKing on the liKes of the Ford Focus, VolKswagen Golf, Vauxhall Astra and the rest at their own game was no mean feat, but to come up with such a stonKer meant that even bacK in 2007, Kia really did see themselves becoming a serious player in the global car marKet place.
Waites beat The Power on Tuesday night to ensure he finished top of Group A and Van Gerwen then did likewise in round two on Thursday to set up what promises to be a stonker of a last-eight showdown.
Their first try was an absolute stonker for those who like the rough stuff, with a 30-metre roll being pulled down by Paul Tupai just inches before the tryline.
It released on January 2, garnering a positive response, with NME hailing it "the first pop stonker of the New Year".
The Home is a stonker of a tune with searing guitar leads which builds up to a great finale.
We have had big ones before but this one is an absolute stonker.
Tesco came up with a stonker when it hijacked two pages in The Sun for its pounds and ounces wheeze.
We've had Little Matador on repeat for the last few days and it's a stonker, all thumping bass and drums, smart lyrics and even smarter melodies.