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plonk (v.)

"hit or strike with a sound like 'plonk,' " 1874, imitative. By 1941 as "to set or drop (something, oneself) heavily in place." From 1903 as a noun in reference to the sound of one hard thing hitting another (originally in cricket). Related: Plonked; plonking.

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Definitions of plonk from WordNet
1
plonk (n.)
a cheap wine of inferior quality;
plonk (n.)
the noise of something dropping (as into liquid);
2
plonk (v.)
set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise;
Synonyms: plank / flump / plop / plunk / plump down / plunk down / plump
From wordnet.princeton.edu