wanky

wanky

(ˈwæŋkɪ)
adj
slang pretentious
Translations

wanky

[ˈwænkɪ] ADJ (Brit) → de puta pena, mierdoso, cutre

wanky

adj (sl)beschissen (inf)
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This sounds like a really wanky thing to say, but it really was [.
Jack Wanky, acting Bacolod police director, said Nicolas was on the list of high value targets in the antidrug campaign of the Duterte administration.
and decent saucepans, sharp knives and wanky kitchen implements
3D printing isn't just wanky plastic anymore, but exoticmaterials like animal cells and DNA itself.
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I know this sounds maternalistic and wanky but if I could share some language with them and maybe some kind of hope, especially for Aboriginal women in the NT.
It's like a reminder to wanky metal bands that complexity doesn't necessarily make a rift more effective.
In February, he treated guests to as wanky after-show party on the Friday night, complete with lavish finger food menu, cocktails on tap and celebrity DJ Jodie Harsh on the decks.
If Tarantino had cast Phil Anselmo and Wendy O Williams in Pulp Fiction instead of John Travolta and Uma Thurman, the two probably would've gone to Kuma's Corner in Chicago instead of that wanky '50s throwback Jack Rabbit Slim's.
Riad proposed to Natasha during a romantic stay at as wanky hotel on the outskirts of Liverpool.
It's these new wanky weather charts that are doing it.