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"plop" in British English

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plopnoun [S]

uk   /plɒp/  us   /plɑːp/ informal

plopverb

uk   /plɒp/  us   /plɑːp/ (-pp-)
(Definition of plop from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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plopnoun [C]

 us   /plɑp/
  • plop noun [C] (SOUND)

a ​softsound like that of something ​droppinglightly into a ​liquid

plopverb [always + adv/prep]

 us   /plɑp/ (-pp-)
to ​sit down or ​landheavily, or to put something down ​heavily without taking ​care: [I] He came over and plopped down next to me. [T] He plopped the ​sandwich into the ​pan.
(Definition of plop from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “plop”
in Spanish plaf…
in Vietnamese tiếng rơi tõm…
in Malaysian bunyi kelepuk…
in Thai เสียงสิ่งของตกน้ำ…
in French plouf…
in German der Plumps, das Plumpsen…
in Chinese (Simplified) (物体落水的)扑通声,咚…
in Turkish (suya düşerken çıkan ses) cup, foş, pıt…
in Russian бульканье…
in Indonesian bunyi plung…
in Chinese (Traditional) (物體落水的)撲通聲,咚…
in Polish plusk…
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