stonk

1. noun
2. verb
To unleash such a bombardment

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  • stonk — stonk; stonk·er; …   English syllables

  • stonk — ˈstäŋk noun ( s) Etymology: perhaps of imitative origin : a heavy concentration of artillery fire call for a good stonk about five hours before our assault Infantry Journal loosed a stonk on them and wiped them off the face of the earth Peter… …   Useful english dictionary

  • stonk — stang …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Stonk — Zu diesem Stichwort gibt es keinen Artikel. Möglicherweise ist „Schtonk!“ gemeint. Kategorie: Wikipedia:Falschschreibung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • stonk — military slang noun a concentrated artillery bombardment. verb bombard with concentrated artillery fire. Origin 1940s: said to be formed from elements of the artillery term Standard Regimental Concentration …   English new terms dictionary

  • stonk (it) — Verb. To hurry, to race. E.g. We stonked it up the M6 motorway and just got to the game at kick off …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • stonk — /stɒŋk/ (say stongk) Colloquial –noun 1. heavy shelling; a severe bombardment. 2. (in marbles) the stake, usually a taw1 (def. 1). –verb (t) 3. to shell or bombard heavily. {? echoic} …   Australian English dictionary

  • stonker — stonk·er …   English syllables

  • stonker — stonk|er [ˈstɔŋkə US ˈsta:ŋkər] n BrE informal something that is very good = ↑corker ▪ Stephen Carr scored a stonker of a goal …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • stonking — stonk|ing1 [ˈstɔŋkıŋ US ˈsta:ŋ ] adj BrE informal extremely good ▪ a stonking performance stonking 2 stonking2 adv BrE informal extremely ▪ a stonking good time …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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