stonker

stonker
stonk|er [ˈstɔŋkə US ˈsta:ŋkər] n BrE informal
something that is very good
= ↑corker
Stephen Carr scored a stonker of a goal.

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  • stonker — stonk·er …   English syllables

  • stonker — /ˈstɒŋkə/ (say stongkuh) verb (t) Colloquial 1. to defeat; outwit. 2. Obsolete to kill. {? British dialect stonk the stake in a game, especially in marbles} …  

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