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1plonk

Definition of PLONK

variant of plunk

2plonk

noun

: cheap wine that is not of good quality

Full Definition of PLONK

chiefly British
:  cheap or inferior wine

Origin of PLONK

short for earlier plink-plonk, perhaps modification of French vin blanc white wine
First Known Use: 1930

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