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bonk

verb uk   /bɒŋk/  us   /bɑːŋk/

bonk verb (HIT)

[T] informal humorous to hit someone or something, not very hard: He bonked me on the head with his newspaper.

bonk verb (HAVE SEX)

[I or T] UK humorous slang to have sex with someone: "I bonked the prince, says sexy Sarah" declared the newspaper headline.
bonk
noun [C] uk   us  
a bonk on the head a quick bonk
Translations of “bonk”
in Chinese (Traditional) 敲打, 輕輕敲打…
in Chinese (Simplified) 敲打, 轻轻敲打…
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