stonking

stonking

(ˈstɒŋkɪŋ)
adj
of exceptional size or quality: a stonking prize.
adv
(intensifier): a stonking good idea.
[C20: probably from stonk]
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Translations

stonking

[ˈstɒŋkɪŋ] ADJ (Brit) → cojonudo, de puta madre
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stonking

(dated Brit inf)
adjirre gut (dated inf)
advirre (dated inf); to have a stonking good timesich irre gut amüsieren (sl)
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