plump (sb/sth) down Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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plump (sb/sth) down

informal
phrasal verb with plump uk   us   /plʌmp/ verb [T]
to sit down suddenly and heavily, or to put an object or child down suddenly and without taking care: She plumped down next to me on the sofa. He rushed in and plumped himself down in a chair. Joan sat down at the front of the bus, and plumped her bags down beside her.
Translations of “plump (sb/sth) down”
in Chinese (Traditional) 重重地坐下, (隨意地)把…重重地放下…
in Chinese (Simplified) 重重地坐下, (随意地)把…重重地放下…
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