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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And if you're stuck for shows to see, you're in luck - the smash Gershwin Tony-awardwinning musical has just opened at the Wales Milennium Centre and it's a stonker of a show.
Tim Pollard replied by saying: "We had a stonker through Leamington Spa about an hour ago.
Twitch have announced the line up for their tenth birthday next month and it's an absolute stonker of a show.
The album should have a question mark at the end really," says John, "it's a stonker.
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.